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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-08

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Friday, November 8, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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dry is done and the dishes are
clean and they have a few mo-
ments to think about their col-
lege days and their college
dreams and maybe wonder
where they all went and what
happened to their sorority sis-
ters and that great looking guy
they sat next to in Chemistry
201.
They may be tempted, at such
moments, to think about read-
ing Rona Jaffe's "reunion"
books.
Or they may even be tempted
to attend their next college reu-
nion. But they should know that
even Jaffe herself, the chronicler
of Ivy League get-togethers, was
"too scared" to attend any of her
Radcliffe reunions. After pub-
lishing 12 books and having at
least one of them made into a
film, after hobnobbing with such
stars as Marilyn Monroe and
Paul Newman and Shelly Win-
ters in courses at the Actors'
Studio in New York, after ap-
pearing on every major talk
show in the country, Rona Jaffe
chickened out.
Whenever you go to your reu-
nion," she said, "you go back to
the scene of the crime. They
sent out a questionnaire that
asked me to bring pictures of
my children and husband to put

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scheduled for the book fair,
which runs through Nov. 17.
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them on the bulletin board. I
didn't have any so I said I
couldn't go."
There's an irony somewhere
in there a parable of sorts. Rona
Jaffe, whose books are treasured
by millions of women, is not
that much different from her
readers. As she said of Ameri-
can women, "Everyone thinks
that everyone else is happy."
But if Jaffe had gone to her
class reunion, she probably
would not have been the only
one without a husband or with-
out children. But the fear that
she would stand out in the
crowd that she first joined when
she was a mere 15 years old
kept her far from Cambridge.
"We're all trained to put on a
good show," she said, "Not just
men have been forced to be
macho and pretend that every-
thing is all right. More than
anyone will ever realize or
admit — women have also been
forced to put on a good front."
Even Rona Jaffe, whose books
mirror women's fears, give a
voice to women's dreams, likes
to put on a good show. She, too,
enters into the conspiracy that
everything is O.K. But at least
her books tip us off that there is
a lie being lived in much of
America. ❑

10 a.m. — Arlene Kushner
1 p.m. — Wolf Blitzer
2 p.m. — Young People's
Theatre of Ann Arbor,
"Shtetl Tales," for children,
admission fee
3 p.m. — Rachel Eytan
4 p.m. — Rev. Douglas Huneke
5:30 p.m. — Rabbi Haskel
Lookstein
8 p.m. — Chaim Potok

MONDAY
SISTERHOOD DAY

10 a.m. — Shoshana Kalisch
Noon — Luncheon, admission
fee, reservations required
1 p.m. — Rona Jaffe
8 p.m. — Beate Klarsfeld

TUESDAY
HADASSAH DAY

9 a.m. and 11 a.m. — Riki
Levenson, creative writing
workshop for children
10 a.m. — Joseph Amiel
Noon — Luncheon, admission
fee, reservations required
1 p.m. — Charles Silberman
7 p.m. — Comedian Alan King
8 p.m. — Rabbi Sherwin Wine

WEDNESDAY

10 a.m.
Jehuda Reinharz
Noon — Luncheon, admission
fee, reservations required
1 p.m. — Norman Garbo
8 p.m. — Francine Klagsbrun



THURSDAY

10 a.m. — Faye Moskowitz
Noon — Luncheon, admission
fee, reservations required
1 p.m. — Monique High
8 p.m. — Sol Linowitz

NOV. 16

8 p.m.
Mike Burstyn,
English-Yiddish musical pre-
sentation, admission fee



NOV. 17

10 a.m.
Ian Shapolsky
11 a.m. — Deborah Lipstadt
1 p.m. — Aranka Siegal
2 p.m. — Young People's
Theatre of Ann Arbor,
"Shtetl Tales," for children,
admission fee
2 p.m. — Sylvia Rothschild
3 p.m. — Irvin Zeitlin



Oral lip-reading and sign lan-
guage total communication in-
terpreters will be provided for
the Cosell and Klarsfeld
speeches. For details, call the
Jewish Center, 661-1000, ext.
250; or adviser, Beverly Lois
Eder Mitchell, 541-7218 (TDD/
voice). For reservations to the
luncheons, call the Center.
Transportation to and from
the book fair will be available
from the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Commu-
nity Center on Monday, Wed-
nesday and Thursday, beginning

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