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Nina balatka doesnt so much tell the story of love between a christian and a jew as it does the story of two fools a strong fool the jewish man . Not so with nina balatka set in prague in the middle of the nineteenth century when anti semitism made life difficult for the jews the story begins with the announcement that a lovely yet desperately poor christian girl named nina balatka is engaged to marry a rich jewish man named anton trendellsohn. Nina balatka is a destitute christian woman living in prague caring for her infirmed father in love with a highly regarded jewish man some readers are casting this as romeo and juliet but im not convinced i had to look up dates confirming that trollope wrote nina b in 1866 ten years before george eliots daniel deronda. Published with the permission of the trollope society his short novel is curious in a number of ways it is curious that trollope chose to publish it . The next meeting of the east suffolk group will discuss nina balatka and will take place on tuesday september 4th the meetings of the east
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