"The last Yiddish poet in America"?
Or: someone wrote a novel about my (greatX12)-granddaughter?

[From Publishers Marketplace. Thanks, Shana!]
Peter Manseau's SONGS FOR THE BUTCHER'S DAUGHTER, the story of the last Yiddish poet in America and the young Christian translator who brings the poet's notebooks to light for the first time and wins the love of his Jewish co-worker at the Yiddish book warehouse, who is passionately re-discovering her roots, to Amber Qureshi at Free Press, by Kathleen Anderson at Anderson Grinberg Literary Management (NA).

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