Israel Diarist

April 1978
New Republic;4/29/78, Vol. 178 Issue 17, p46
Focuses on the author's views on the Holocaust and issues related to Zionism. Views of author George Eliot in his novel "Daniel Deronda" on Zionism; Views of the people of Israel on Holocaust; Views of poet Nelly Sachs that death still celebrates life; Issues related to the 30th anniversary celebration of Israel's independence; View that the cabal that would destroy Israel is universal and the crazed impulse that fueled the Holocaust has not passed.


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