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Peep Show Paperback – June 1, 2010
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At first blush the subjects would seem far from accessible -- Hasidism and the evolution of porn in 1970's New York -- but the family draws you in, and soon you're learning about those worlds without knowing it, and while still feeling for the characters.
Great read. Just challenging enough to make you think, but eminently readable, even comfortable, especially after the first few, familiarizing chapters.
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