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Israeli Literature with Rachel - Shared screen with speaker view
Diane Tickton Schuster
34:24
Re my earlier comment, this is for the Monday group participating in my research project on adult Jewish learning.
Annabel Lindenbaum
37:31
Im not hearing anythilng
Sarah Schachter
38:00
Try turning up the volume on your computer
iPad
43:39
my mother journaled in machberet after the holocaust
monafishbane
45:48
where is this exhibition of Dutch Jewry?
Madene Shachar
47:47
The exhibition is in the Ghetto Fighters' House and was donated by the Dutch Jewish resistance
rachel amaru
52:39
that is exactly what i wanted to say! i love the blurring of lines between the story/ and creating the story… it was quite extraordinary how she captured the art of writing.
rachel amaru
01:00:31
and Primo Levi - also an adult in a different way than Wiesel, and goes so deep.
rachel amaru
01:03:49
Where does Aharon Apelfeld fall into this?
iPad
01:09:00
where du
iPad
01:09:44
where did the author derive this story. from the museum?.
Rochelle's iPhone
01:12:09
I visited Atlit. I thought it would be very unsettling to be sent there after the Holocaust
Dina Hirsch
01:21:05
This woman is hesitating and probably questioning what is going on, similar to what the mother did later in the story about the rules and requirements imposed on the jews
greta's iPad
01:21:22
there is feeling of menace to come
rachel amaru
01:47:52
thank you, Rachel.
fritz zsuzsa
01:48:01
Thanks!
Rochelle's iPhone
01:54:58
I’m having Wi-Fi issues- sorry I’m kicked off or frozen every few minutes
rheadorn
02:01:21
Going through the Joe;
Sharon Packer
02:02:25
Maybe this comparison traumatized Sabastian and the woman on the airplane is off base. I agree, he has to accept that he is an special individual whom he will need to discover- he will have to accept that he is not the strong Israeli who looks forward and is a universal character, he has to learn about, acknowledge, and feel what he had experienced as a child and what his mother and sister had gone through. This means he has to break away from his mother’s way of coping with the past.
rheadorn
02:02:55
Joel’s journey. Our horror of the journey now in the USA. Can’t help but reflect about our dance.
rheadorn
02:03:05
Danger, not dance
Diane Tickton Schuster
02:12:23
The book is being release in paperback tomorrow on Amazon.