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May 10, 1985 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ALEXAN9E

A Cootivli A \ vg' Core Ceviter

Book Fair
In Jerusalem

Jerusalem (JTA) — At least two
Egyptian publishers participated
in this week's Jerusalem Book
Fair. But they came as individu-
als, not an official delegation —
apparently because the Cairo
authorities have not been very
encouraging and because they are
concerned about their sales in
other Arab countries.
This year's fair attracted about
1,000 publishers from 40 coun-
tries. Some 100,000 books were
displayed. The countries re-
presnted included Turkey, Hun-
gary, Ireland and Brazil.
The main event was the pre-
sentation of the Jerusalem Prize
for literature to
Czechoslovakian-born Milan
Kundera.
In contrast to other book fairs,
which are mainly for the sale of
republication and distribution
rights, the Jerusalem Book Fair
stresses a series of cultural events
for the publishers and the general
public.

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smeared anti-Semitic graffiti on
gravestones and on a monument
engraved with the names of 9,936
American soldiers who died dur-
ing the 1944 Allied landings in
Normandy.
The cemetery, facing Omaha
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anniversary of "D-Day."
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last Thursday found it covered
with slogans in thick black ink,
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