To enjoy listening to stories told by grandfather, you don't
necessarily have to be a child! As a matter of fact, it is a life
virtue to enjoy these stories told by Isaac Bashevis Singer, regardless
of age. They are set in the now vanished Hassidic community of pre-II
World War, but their moral content transcends time and space, and
although they are soaked in Jewishness they equally appeal to the
open-minded reader. Beware that out of the seventeen tales in this
editon, 14 are included in "My Father's Court," by the same author.