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Audrey Asher
17:52
Thank you to all who scanned chapters!
laurieweinberg
18:22
Very welcome- Rachel sent it to me so glad to share
Dorothy Greenbaum
20:53
Here a speaker for our Synagogue usually receives $500 honorarium
rena panush
26:29
Maybe it’s להפך. Sarcasm almost.
Mona Fishbane
30:10
as we see in our next book, Scapegoat
Viktoria Dorosz
30:44
Indeed
Florence Brodkey
34:16
this is brilliant
helen epstein
34:23
I like your theory!
Viktoria Dorosz
35:19
A clever in-joke then?
Viktoria Dorosz
01:31:39
On the margins: I am intrigued by Klein, so attractively presented, but was he Tirosh’s accomplice?
Elizabeth Pressman
01:32:34
Sorry I have to leave in a minute.
Elizabeth Pressman
01:32:49
I will watch the recording.
Karin Adelman (she/her)
01:37:16
In the first paragraph it mentions Tirosh's silver hair.
Marilyn Bernstein
01:42:39
That was my wedding song! My husband and I found the movie so very romantic!
Audrey Asher
01:42:44
Isn't this The UmbrellasofCherbourg?
Marilyn Bernstein
01:43:10
And the changing colors as the story moved along!!
Mona Fishbane
01:43:13
Rachel, I love this story of how you met Batya, how she tested you, how you passed the test! Thanks for sharing with us.
Marilyn Bernstein
01:43:55
Thank you Rachel once again for all your hard work in bringing literature to us. Marilyn Bernstein, Newton
Rena Panush
01:44:40
I loved the use of the word “banal” in the description of the poems. I don’t know if that’s the exact translation, but it makes me think of the Banality of Evil.
Rena Panush
01:44:52
gotta teach. L’hitraot.
Cindy Strause
01:45:25
Thank you, thank you Rachel for a wonderful 5 weeks
Audrey Asher
01:45:46
Just wonderful. Thank you, Rachel!