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Suberman, Stella. The Jew Store: The Story of Family Business in God's Country.
Algonquin. Sept. 1998. c.312p. ISBN 156512-198-8. $19.95. HIST
After retiring in 1995 as a publicist, Suberman returned for the first time to her birthplace, a small town in northwestern Tennessee. She decided to recount, using fictionalized names and places, her Jewish family's 11 years in that small town, from 1922 to 1933. The author's father, Aaron Bronson, a Jew orphaned from birth in prerevolutionary Russia, immigrated to New York City. Eventually, he moved his family to rural Tennessee, where he opened up Bronson's Low-Priced …