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Israeli Literature - Shared screen with speaker view
Sigalit Davis
11:26
nowhy repeat? - move forward in time...
Barb Kessel
11:56
why repeat if they were all recorded?
Randi Brenowitz
15:52
Rochelle, Susie, Lynn, and Ruth.... great shots of all of you,
Susie Goldsmith
16:19
You are our champion!!
Deb Solo
27:18
Mekor rishon is a weekly paper -religious Zionist leanings but read and quoted by many in Israel.
Lawrence Kaplan
28:21
Many of its reviews and essays are certainly not right wing.
Prue Thorner
32:27
Sound not good
Diana Heller
32:32
Offers both sides. Writer do write for many sides.
Elaine Moise
32:36
"right wing" is relative, of course
Mitchel Slomiak
33:57
Yisrael Harel is profiled in-depth in Yossi Klein HaLevi’s fine book “Like Dreamers”
Michael Kaftor
40:17
Last verse of Jerusalem of Gold was added AFTER the war
Elaine Moise
41:01
yes, but that's not the point Rachel was trying to make. The song existed before.
Tova Shimon
54:22
Please place the link to the Voices.
Joan Katz
56:59
what is the name of the documentarY. ??? OF VOICES?
Karin Adelman
57:21
Censored voices
Heather
57:29
Censored voices
Mitchel Slomiak
01:03:35
Amos and Amos Street. Fania (the mother) sounding like shorthand for Zephaniah Street.
David Findley
01:06:29
not a public phone but the business phone?
lauren shachar
01:07:05
it's he phone ogf the neighborhood pharmacist,
lauren shachar
01:09:04
sorry for typos....Not a public phone, but that of the neighborhood pharmacist.
lauren shachar
01:11:22
these are shared lines. I don't know if I remember correctly. Were they called "party lines" many decades ago...?
Lynn Levine in Mexico
01:12:23
yes, when I was a kid we had a "party line" shared with everyone on our block.
Kitty Hoffman
01:14:41
this is so realistic…
Judy Siegal
01:16:15
Not so different from now when we make appointments to have Zoom meetings or conversations.
Tova Shimon
01:21:29
Toda Rabbah!
Varda Farber
01:22:25
Thank you for offering a 3rd. Oz session.
lauren shachar
01:22:59
Thank you so much, Rachel. As always appreciate the in-depth view into this beloved book. Lauren
Kitty Hoffman
01:23:04
toda rabba!
lynnie2
01:23:12
thank you so much
Mitchel Slomiak
01:23:12
Todah Rabbah, Rachel. That was wonderful!
Varda Farber
01:23:14
Please post a link to the out takes of the interview.
Sandra Rosenblum
01:23:24
thank you so much
Solange Tajchman
01:23:27
Todah Rabba!
Steven Broder
01:23:33
Todah rabah
Rhea Dorn
01:24:31
Thank you Rachel. You always enlarge my understanding. Amos Oz becomes even more each time you lead us into understanding.
Solange Tajchman
01:36:19
Rachel, I appreciate your perspective about keeping your own images that literature conjures - which can be frozen when a book is made into a movie. There are a number of movies I have not seen as a result.
Kitty Hoffman
01:40:47
I did see the film — and because I love the book so much it was with much trepidation. The film is better than I feared — but nowhere near as powerful as the book.
Kitty Hoffman
01:47:27
toda raba Rachel!