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Humor That Gets Better With Age: Q&A with Bel Kaufman

Most people are lucky if they live to be 100, but at this age writer Bel Kaufman is still as humorous as ever. The granddaughter of Yiddish storyteller Sholem Aleichem, who is known for writing the classic “Fiddler on the Roof,” sat down with MetroFocus to talk about her grandfather, her experience living through an entire century, and the crux of Jewish humor.

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