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May 07, 1988 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-07

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translation. He has an extensive
collection on the Russian author
Boris Pasternak.
Holtzman keeps his literary
book collection at home. Bob
McKelvey, Detroit Free Press book
editor, wrote about Holtzman's
home collection of literary
American giants, such as Faulkner,
Hemingway, Nathaniel West and
American Indian authors. "It's a
collection of incalculable value to
bibliophiles and scholars," wrote
Holtzman promotes reading to
his clients. In his apartment com-
plex Village Green, there are

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nook. Cathedral ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace. The rush
of a waterfall beneath your balcony. ■ Residential pleasures,
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Holtzman collects books
in Hebrew, Arabic and

bookshelves. "Reading is an edge
to a quality of life," says Holtzman.
To prospective book collectors,
Holtzman suggests collecting
books by one author instead of
books by several authors and to
look for books in mint condition.
Holtzman believes that how you
live is simply a reflection of how
you see yourself. "Some people
say your cars reflect yourself, but
I prefer to think your interiors more
accurately reflect that view." If
that's the case, then Holtzman
lives in a world of knowledge.



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eil Master and wife Deanna
Asker bring the chairpeople to
life in Detroit. They've taken classic
oak chairs and acrylically
transformed them into people you
know and would like to sit on.
They're original, colorful, witty and
even comfortable. They can be
seen at the Ariana art gallery in
But they are all very different ex-
cept for one common character-
istic — the chairpeople have egos
and they're inflating just as fast as
their popularity. I

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