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January 17, 1986 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-01-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SEMI ANNUAL
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girls finishing school where she
was president of every grade
as well as of the student
council. She later received her
undergraduate degree in wri-
ting from Barnard in New
York, completed the Johns
Hopkins University writing
seminar in Baltiinore and was
ordained as a rabbi in
Philadelphia.
"The point is that I've
chosen my Judaism from
strength rather than weak-
ness and I don't need to be
defensive," she says.
"Hers" editor Nancy New-
house says she begged Schnur
to continue writing columns
for the section but Schnur
declined. "Susan is a private
person and she was shocked
at the experience."
Schnur discovered, though,
that the "Hers" column pro-
vides "overwhelming ex-
posure" and she has been
•flooded with book offers. "I
took this year off to write and
I'm considering several pro-
posals," she says. "I think
I'd like to write a book deal-
ing with women's place in re-
ligion."
One thing is certain: If she
does, it is sure to be noticed.

Because therein is written, do
not strip the skin of a fish .
even from its ear, lest you
spoil it, but roast it in the fire,
and eat it with two loaves?'
Literally Torah states, 'Thou
shalt not destroy the trees
thereof.' Metaphorically this
teaches good taste, that one
should not cohabit unnatural-
ly."
"It is as startling as any
paragraph of Andre Breton's,
I think, and as good a cure for
hiccups.
"A student of the Talmud,
then, has two choices (only
one of which the rabbis ever
suggest): Either to approach
the material classically —
that is, intellectually --
sleuthing through to the cor-
tical matter, or, as I did, Zen-
nishly, letting the incongru-
ities shower over me, savor-
ing the chaos, the crazy quilt,
refusing to let daylight in
upon magic."
Raised in a right-wing Con-
servative home, Schnur says
she was blessed with an
amazingly eclectic education,
attending (in suecession):
public schools, a Quaker
school, the little Trenton
Yeshiva, and an Episcopalian

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