Becky Bernstein Goes Berlin by Holly-Jane Rahlens

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Falling madly in love in the early 1970s with Ju+a5rgen Markovski, Becky Bernstein, a nice Jewish girl from Queens, accompanies him back to Germany, only to discover that her true love is not Ju+a5rgen, but rather his hometown of Berlin. A first novel."
 

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Published June 26, 1997 by Arcade Publishing. 288 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Now surveying her apartment and her figure (her boyfriend's last words: ""It wouldn't hurt you to lose a few pounds around the hips""), she decides that it may be time to clean up her act.

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""This is a story about clutter and calories."" So writes expatriate standup performer Rahlens in the epilogue to her jaunty but muddled novel of an American woman reaching midlife in Berlin.

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