This chapter presents the text of Lamed Shapiro's short fiction titled White Challah. It explains that the story is about the loaf of bread required for the Sabbath is transformed into the physical embodiment of pagan-Christian sacrifice. It discusses Shapiro's opinion that the most familiar of Jewish symbols becomes an emblem of cannibalistic violence and that Christian violence against Jews has to be understood as the manifestation of the eternal conflict between Christians and Jews.
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