Israeli Literature - Shared screen with speaker view
Who can see your viewing activity?
nowhy repeat? - move forward in time...
why repeat if they were all recorded?
Rochelle, Susie, Lynn, and Ruth.... great shots of all of you,
You are our champion!!
Mekor rishon is a weekly paper -religious Zionist leanings but read and quoted by many in Israel.
Many of its reviews and essays are certainly not right wing.
Sound not good
Offers both sides. Writer do write for many sides.
"right wing" is relative, of course
Yisrael Harel is profiled in-depth in Yossi Klein HaLevi’s fine book “Like Dreamers”
Last verse of Jerusalem of Gold was added AFTER the war
yes, but that's not the point Rachel was trying to make. The song existed before.
Please place the link to the Voices.
what is the name of the documentarY. ??? OF VOICES?
Amos and Amos Street. Fania (the mother) sounding like shorthand for Zephaniah Street.
not a public phone but the business phone?
it's he phone ogf the neighborhood pharmacist,
sorry for typos....Not a public phone, but that of the neighborhood pharmacist.
these are shared lines. I don't know if I remember correctly. Were they called "party lines" many decades ago...?
Lynn Levine in Mexico
yes, when I was a kid we had a "party line" shared with everyone on our block.
this is so realistic…
Not so different from now when we make appointments to have Zoom meetings or conversations.
Thank you for offering a 3rd. Oz session.
Thank you so much, Rachel. As always appreciate the in-depth view into this beloved book. Lauren
thank you so much
Todah Rabbah, Rachel. That was wonderful!
Please post a link to the out takes of the interview.
thank you so much
Thank you Rachel. You always enlarge my understanding. Amos Oz becomes even more each time you lead us into understanding.
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.
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.
toda raba Rachel!