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Simyon by Etgar Keret

Two people were standing at the door. 

Simyon by Etgar Keret

Two people were standing at the door. 

Three Poems by Asher Reich

A winter-haunted sky. / Icicles like stalagmites on the ground.

Aharon Appelfeld by Thomas Thornton
Aharon Appelfeld

Few fiction writers have captured the painful realities of the Holocaust as well as Israeli writer Aharon Appelfeld. He speaks here of the power of memory, the power of the spirit, and the place of religion and homeland as he has come to know it.

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