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Under the towering thadow of the
Statue of Liberty, modern Jewish life in
America was born.
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hen I visited the Ufizzi
gallery in Florence,
I was amazed at Chris.-
tian artists' fascination with
mother- hood. Row followed row,
aisles filled, with annunciations
and pietas, multiple representa-
tions of the Blessed Virgin Mary
with child. Such a scene can be
staggering to the non-pictorial
Jewish eye. Our own Jewish
museums are filled with Ibrah
pointers and Kiddush cups.
Jewish artists with pen in hand
draw letters and texts, not fe-
cund women in the act of
Amid our traditional non-
representations of mothers, our
recent fascination with the
Statue of Liberty is a curious
phenomenon. Indeed, that
monument is a fixture in the
American Jewish imagination,
occupying a place in so many
family stories. The enormous im-
age of a woman, bearing torch
and text, looming out of New
York harbor is a spectacular vi-
sion by itself. As the first stable
object visible to a frightened
immigrant as he first enters his
new home, the "Mother of Ex-
iles" stands as the classic image
Despite our empty pantheon
of goddesses, Jews continue to
be drawn to the Statue of Liber-
ty with an enormous power, for
it is in her towering shadow that
modern Jewish life in America
was born. Under her torch, fam-
ily names were anglicized; just
beyond her purview most Jews
saw, for the first time, the dress
and demeanor of modern secular
The Statue of Liberty marks
the crystalline moment at which
Jewish time, ancient and tradi-
tional, met the up-beat tempo of
modernism. In literally mo-
ments, an ancient civilization
was transformed from a struc-
tured shtetl world to which one
was born, into a cosmopolitan,
which one chooses. The world in
which, as ibvye says, "each one
knows who he is and what God
expects him to do" suddenly
splintered into a world of denom-
inations, identities, and styles.
For us, the Statue of Liberty
symboliies the freedom from
persecution and anti-Semitism
that Jews sought in their pas-
sage to America. As well, she
symbolizes the freedom from the
past, from the power of shtetl
and community, which no longer
Ellen Golub is an assistant pro-
fessor of English at the Universi-
ty of Pennsylvania who writes
regularly on Jewish and literary
figured in the new lottery of per-
sonal choice. One boarded the
steamer as a Russian or Polish
Jew, with sidecurls or sheitel.
One checked into Ellis Island as
the "homeless, tempest-tost,"
soon to be homogenized in the
vast melting pot of modernism.
Curiously, Jews gave voice to
both Lady Liberty and the
sociology of evaporating ethnic-
ity. Emma Lazarus, a Sephardic
Jewess, is the author of the
poem that adorns the statue's
base. And Israel Zangwill, in his
play "The Melting Pot," postu-
lated America as God's crucible,
able to melt and reform all the
races of Europe.
For Jews more than others, a
persecuted people long starved
for the visual representation of
a mother's love, Lady Liberty
offers the symbol of worldwide
welcome. In this "goldene
medina," the new Diaspora
chosen by our grandparents, we
sit not under the fig trees and
vines of our promised land. We
sit ambivalently in the shadow
of an imposing green mother
who gives, if not the warmth of
community, the promise of
Copyright 1986, Ellen Golub
Washington — Dr. William
Korey, director of international
policy research for B'nai B'rith
International and a leading
authority on Soviet Jewry has
been selected as the recipient of
B'nai B'rith's Julius Bisno Award
for Professional Excellence.