The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz
In "The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz" we get to watch Duddy grow up, see many Jewish traditions, the ritual of the bar-mitzvah, the Jewish food and the funeral rites observed by the people of his faith.
<Tab/>Funerals have many different procedures depending on the person's religion and their wishes. Judaism, like other religions, does have many laws and traditions regarding funerals and mourning. There are seven immediate family members who are expected to attend the mourning period. The seven members are not allowed to wear leather shoes, put on makeup or perfume, shave…
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