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February 19, 1988 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-19

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I and the next war."
However, her selection in-
cluded none of the scores of
prominent Israeli poets, and
instead consisted mostly of
works of leftist Jewish critics
of Israel living abroad. One
poem declared: "As we surviv-
ed our Holocaust, will they
[the Palestinians] not survive
this brutal massacre?"
Of some 16 works read by
both authors, only three or
four were by Israelis. Several
in the audience felt the selec-
tion of poetry needed a
stronger Israeli presence.
Ehrlich answered the
criticism by explaining that
part of the problem arose
from the fact that much of
contemporary Israeli poetry
is not translated.
Ozer is not Israeli and has
never been to Israel. Nor does
she plan to go to Israel. Ben-
Baruch said no Israeli was in-
cluded "because we're not in
Israel, and the problem of
American Jews is to figure
out the relation between the
state of Israel and its
neighbors." Ehrlich, on the
other hand, claimed the
organizers did search for an
Israeli reader, but unsuc-
cessfully. "Both sides," she ex-
plained, "are apprehensive
and unwilling to meet."
Both Ehrlich and Ben-
Baruch said that the event
probably should have been
titled Jewish and Arab or
Jewish and Palestinian
Poetry, rather than Israeli
and Palestinian.
The organizers and much of
the audience were satisfied
that the event had achieved
the goal of increased sharing
between the two sides of the
conflict.
But one member of the au-
dience said in the open discus-
sion which followed the
reading, "I felt, hearing this,
that Israel was much abus-
ed."

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