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Israeli Literature with Rachel - Shared screen with speaker view
Lynn Feldman
42:33
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Sarilyn's iPhone
45:10
beautiful just lovely
Ed Grossman
01:07:45
Some of this may be a larger metaphor of the Holocaust generation being the pidgon of the European civilization
Ed Grossman
01:09:17
The pidgon is the survivor from the Holocaust who migrated (like the birds) to Israel.
Ed Grossman
01:12:29
sorry "pigeon" (spelling correction)
Sharon Packer
01:13:36
It reminds me of a story of ma’amad har sinai- one told about the event and the other told by the people who were present- and then saying na’aseh v’nishma We will be this new nation.
Sarilyn's iPhone
01:44:41
the pidgeon as symbol of Shoah traumas
Sarilyn's iPhone
01:52:17
very special thank you for your gifts
Rochelle B. Rabeeya
01:52:40
Rav Todot
Sharon Packer
01:52:52
Thank you, Ariel Beautiful
Aviva Lev-Ari
01:53:09
Great session and music, Aviva Lev-Ari
Lynn Feldman
01:53:39
Benjamin looks Aryan - blond and tall…
Sue Melmed
01:57:41
Thank you Rachel for your marvelous insights
Lynn Feldman
01:59:50
For those of us who still work full time, Sunday is best
Lynn Feldman
02:00:59
Thank you for a fantastic book club experience.
Ed Grossman
02:01:26
It would be great--for future poetry sessions--to give us the poets & dates that you just shared/showed.
Susie Goldsmith
02:02:14
Thank you, Rachel. This Book Club was wonderful. You shed so much light on this book. I hope you will continue to have a Sunday Book Club.
Sarilyn's iPhone
02:02:55
rachel thank you for your guidance in rediscovering the glorious worlds of words and symbolism!
Barbara Taragan
02:03:56
Thank you, Rachel. We are so fortunate to learn with you!
Sharon Packer
02:06:07
Can someone ask Rachel to read my comment to her. about second generation
Barbara Braverman
02:06:14
Thanks, Rachel for giving us insights into the images and many layers of this book. I look forward to continuing learning with you.
Ed Grossman
02:09:17
Interesting book. Thanks for identifying and discussing some of the deeper portions. Shalom and l'hitraot.