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That’s what life was for her, as a sheltered little girl and then a privileged teenager isolated from reality. She simply didn’t see and didn’t know anything else!
Shana Tova v’Chatima Tova!
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Plus it’s rather hard to see one’s parent as a monster.
He treated her as a princess, and she never saw a monster until much later, as an adult who had a hot romance with a Jew. The Jew was made to disappear.
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