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  1. I think it’s “her” grandmother Ruthie in the sense that Ruthie is “her” protagonist, not a real-life relative of hers.

    Eric, when the word is spelled “Yiddish,” it’s an English word referring to the Judeo-German language. The German word for “Jewish” starts with a “J”; the Yiddish word with a Yud.

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