Fiddler on the Roof by Joseph SteinI was a very lucky goodreads first reads of this book.Fiddler on the Roof this particular copy I received is in celebration of the 50 anniversary of the play. Although the book is from Joseph Stein, it is based on the writings of Sholem Aleichems stories. Fiddler on the roof is one of my very favorite movies. It was originally a play that started in 1964. It is a wonderful story.Tevye is the lead character. he lives in the fictional village called Anatevka russia in 1905. Tevye is a poor man married with five daughters. During this time era tradition is very important. Each child is matched by the village matchmaker to be married. Tevye is a devout to his Jewish religion. Now times are changing. His daughters do not want to be matched to someone in the village. the first three daughter through out the play have found men on their own they wish to marry. Way against the tradition set for centuries. there is also a lot of turmoil going on with the Russian population against those people who are jewish. This is a wonderful story, with some real history to it. I loved reading the play and also the songs that were in the play and then movie. I know each song and found myself humming each song as a read it.got to say this is the first book i can say I sung along to! Fiddler on the roof is a great read.one of the best story lines for a musical. glad I was one of the winners of this treat of a book.
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George Ritzer born October 14, is an American sociologist , professor, and author who studies globalization , metatheory , patterns of consumption , and modern and postmodern social theory. His most notable contribution to date is his concept of McDonaldization , which draws upon Max Weber 's idea of rationalization through the lens of the fast food industry. In addition to creating his own theories, Ritzer has also written many general sociology books, including Introduction to Sociology as well as Essentials to Sociology , and modern and postmodern social theory textbooks. His father and mother were employed as a taxi cab driver and secretary, respectively, in order to support him and his younger brother. Ritzer later described his upbringing as "upper lower class". Ritzer graduated from the Bronx High School of Science in ,  [ self-published source ] stating to have "encountered the brightest people I have ever met in my life".
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