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Setting: Constantine between the Two World Wars "Everything happened together," "we were always in each other's houses," "the ghetto, after all, did us a favor": all the women who describe the city between the two world wars recall a closed space which stopped, ificantly, at "Breach Street" and where you were with your own people.

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Jewish memories

The event takes place in Suzanne's house. The house is clean, dinner is ready, and I keep quiet. Setting: Constantine between the Two World Wars "Everything happened together," "we were always in each other's houses," "the ghetto, after all, did us a favor": naughty sex chat in lalla mimouna the women who describe the city between the two world wars recall a closed space which stopped, ificantly, at "Breach Street" and where you were with your own people.

Those are memories that stay with you for your whole life.

Around the courtyard, on one side, she had set up bedrooms, and, on the other, she had set up a big kitchen [3] It is indeed an Arabic word in its local Jewish pronunciation. Loulou, he was almost adopted by Corinna N.

She ordered such and such a thing from Hildis. Of course, I didn't want to take him in and my husband didn't either. In short, after that, Mimonua said: "No, I can't follow in my father's footsteps" and I started my own construction business.

Jewish memories

This seclusion left ambivalent memories on Tita: on the one hand, a strong resentment against her husband; on the other, the memory of the modest joys obtained by the intense naught between the women who shared the same courtyard. But it was expensive.

It was a different life in Turkey, we were free. It wasn't as if there was no one to talk to, like now. The jam dish itself had a crystal bowl inside where you put the jam.

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She wasn't adopted, not really. The house I knew with my parents was on the sea. They asked him why he had taken what didn't belong to him.

Get into the house! And even if you only had a hut, you still had the sea for yourself. Chaat was very bourgeois, you know, we were the aristocrats of the place. When the documents mumouna, well, the banks are there: merchandise that comes to the docks, especially in wartime, there's no problem. My grandmother would cook for weddings, communions, baptisms. A case of tea originally sold for eighty piastres, that is eight francs [a pound ].

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Her husband, when he was in Europe last year, brought her a fur coat. He was the seventh in a family of twelve children, seven boys and five cat, two of them twins. Whatever they needed. Beat me? In the s, when online chat porn oldest daughter got married, the marriage soon fell apart—and it is again Suzanne who took her in with her son.

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They said to her: "You're coming to the wedding? That meant you were in contact with high-class people in that hole. You can't say it's a ghetto, but a little Jerusalem in Algeria. She had two boys. Anyway, there were a lot of people, I don't know.

And I was pregnant. Sometimes, when you didn't have enough, you used candles. Crash, everything collapses, including Turkey. Alice B. It was very bourgeois, you know, we were the aristocrats of the place. Frida [another cousin ], she was adopted, and Esther, and Lucie my sister, poor girl.

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It must be from the Torah [from Hebrew ], in Arabic, they don't say shtebnet. He comes out and shouts: "Hey, Tita! Khalu Bank [i. Yet the family environment and the savor dhat food that people prepared together and shared recur in all the memories.

I don't! Georgette : Because there were six daughters and that's all.

So imagine thirty-three families with those children who grew up, who had more children, everybody knew everybody else. In fact, people remember the community where they grew up as an enterprise of mutual aid where it was not necessary to be related to lend a hand.