This chapter presents the text of Lamed Shapiro's short fiction titled At Sea. It explains that the story is about is a lyrical tale of immigrant passage in which the narrator is situated within three locales of self-examination: the old country, the ocean, and the new world. It also mentions that the transitory nature of the voyage matches the immigrant's profound emotional and psychological disorientation.
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