Abe and Mawruss: Being Further Adventures of Potash and Perlmutter
'Abe and Mawruss: Being Further Adventures of Potash and Perlmutter' Summary
Abe and Mawruss: Being Further Adventures of Potash and Perlmutter by Montague Glass is a collection of humorous and heartwarming stories about two Jewish partners in a clothing business. Abe Potash and Mawruss Perlmutter are polar opposites in many ways, but they are also best friends and business partners. Abe is the hot-headed one, while Mawruss is the more cautious one. But together, they make a formidable team.
In this collection of stories, Abe and Mawruss deal with all sorts of challenges, from business rivals to family problems. But through it all, they remain loyal to each other and to their business.
One of the stories in the collection, "The New Partner," follows Abe and Mawruss as they decide to take on a new partner, a young man named Henry Cohen. Cohen is a bright and ambitious young man, but he is also inexperienced. Abe and Mawruss are hesitant to take him on at first, but they eventually agree.
Cohen proves to be a valuable asset to the business, but he also causes some problems. He is too quick to trust people, and he often gets the business into trouble. Abe and Mawruss have to constantly bail him out.
In another story, "The Great Strike," Abe and Mawruss have to deal with a strike by their workers. The workers are demanding better wages and working conditions. Abe and Mawruss are sympathetic to the workers' demands, but they are also worried about the impact of the strike on their business.
They eventually reach a compromise with the workers, and the strike is averted. The experience teaches Abe and Mawruss that they need to be more understanding of their workers' needs.
Abe and Mawruss is a classic American novel that celebrates the immigrant experience and the Jewish way of life. It is a story about friendship, family, and the importance of chasing your dreams.
Abe and Mawruss is a heartwarming and humorous novel that is sure to entertain readers of all ages. Glass's characters are full of life and personality, and his stories are full of heart, humor, and wisdom.
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