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September 23, 1988 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-23

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reside in Israel, but some idea
of their number can be gaug-
ed from the fact that they
publish no less than three
magazines, Seven Gates,
Voices and Arc.
Moreover, when an
American-Jewish poetry
magazine, Shirim, announced
in 1985 that it would be put-
ting out a special Israeli
issue, no less than 800 poems
were submitted to its editor,
Robert Friend.
Joseph Exekiel wrote
English-language poetry and
had it published in small jour-
nals before coming to Israel.
But today he doesn't wish to
use his mother tongue "to
describe events that are tak-
ing place in a Hebrew land-
scape."
This is not to say that he
denies his American back-
ground. "Like everyone else,"
he declares, "I carry with me
theimpact of my past, star-
ting with the sound of the
blacksmith's hammer poun-
ding on his anvil that woke
me up every morning in the
Texas town where I lived. But
everything I've done in my
mature life — raising a fami-
ly, serving in the army, work-
ing with the kibbutz dairy
herd, excavating the past and
creating a new national park
— has happened here, hap-
pened in Hebrew. So it is on-
ly natural for me to speak of
what I love, to those I love, in
Hebrew as well."

Immiwn'i NEWS 1'1'1

Students Win
Schary Awards

New York — Two California
students took top honors in
the Anti-Defamation
League's 1988 Dore Schary
Awards for Human Relations
Film and Video Productions.
Beverly N. Fray of the
University of Southern
California took first place in
the film category for The
Long Walk Home, a drama
about the impact of the Mon-
tgomery, Ala., bus boycott in
1955 on a black family and a
white family.
Rheyna Halpern, a student
at the California Institute of
the Arts, won first place in
the video category with
"Language Says It All," a
documentary which explores
how deaf children com-
municate with their families
and society.
Halpern and Fray earned
$1,000 awards.

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