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The Sister Rosensweig

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The late playwright Wendy Wasserstein comes across in a new biography, reviewed today in Tablet Magazine by books critic Adam Kirsch, as some sort of real-life heroine out of a classic Jewish novel: self-abasing and self-sacrificing, at once sustained and swallowed by her weaknesses and her hugely overbearing family.

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