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November 25, 1988 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-25

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`THE U NBEA TA BLE DEALE R " "THE UNBEA TABL E DE A LE R '

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10

OPINION

dominate Palestinian politics
in the Gaza Strip and have
vociferously opposed any
concessions.
Thus, the probability that
Arafat can enforce the
agreements made in Algiers
is infinitesimal.
More important, the
Palestinians do not have con-
trol over any territory they
claim as their own and there
is not the slightest chance of
an Israeli government com-
posed of the Likud, the far
right-wing, and the religious
parties giving it to them.
Before convening the PNC,
Arafat jetted around the
world looking for support. It's
unlikely he would have press-
ed for the declaration of in-
dependence if he had not
received assurances that the
new state would be recogniz-
ed by most of the world's
leaders.

American diplomats should
be telling the Soviets and our
allies that we will not
recognize the PLO govern-
ment and will veto any effort
to admit a PLO state to the
U.N.
The recognition of a PLO
state by other nations will
present the United States
with the uncomfortable
choice of supporting an
organization it has con-
sistently repudiated against
an ally — Israel — or becom-
ing isolated, as we often do at
the U.N., by being the lone
voice supporting Israel.
Either way, the United States
is likely to lose credibility.
The Palestinians may ob-
tain some propaganda advan-
tages and be able to exert
renewed pressure on Israel for
concessions, but they will re-
main physically stateless.

LOOKING BACK

Centenary Of Novelist
Agnon Is Celebrated

ROSE KLEINER

Special to The Jewish. News

T

he 100th anniversary
of the birth of one of
Israel's greatest writ-
ers is being commemorated
during 1988. Shmuel Yosef
Agnon was the first Hebrew
writer to win the Nobel Prize
for Literature, in 1966.
Born Shmuel Yosef Czac-
zkes in 1888, Agnon concen-
trated his fiction on the
spiritual and psychological
problems of modern Jewish
life. The tensions between the
traditional and the modern
Jewish world are subtly
played out on the pages of
many of his writings.
Agnon's profound knowl-
edge and love of the Jewish
tradition permeates his
works. Its strong influence on
the way he viewed the world
about him makes him the
finest example of what con-
stitutes a genuine Jewish
writer. His works have been
translated into 18 languages.
lb English readers, Agnon
is known for his novel, The
Bridal Canopy, which was
translated in 1937. His an- -
thology of High Holiday tradi-
tions, The Days of Awe, was
translated in 1948.
Another of Agnon's major
works in English translation
is A Guest For The Night.
First published in 1939, this
book was motivated by the
events of the 1930s, and was
based on Agnon's visit to his
hometown, Buczacz, in
Galicia. The vanishing world

of European Jewry is ref-
lected here in all its
desolation.
One of the latest of Agnon's
books to appear is one novel,
A Simple Story. Translated by
Hillel Halkin, this story con-
veys effectively the artistic
powers of the first Hebrew
Nobel laureate. Its surface
serenity subtly conceals the
profound conflicts on which
this writer focues his art.
Agnon first came to Israel
in 1907. A year later he
published his first story there,
"Agunot (Forsaken Wives)." It
is here that he first used the
pseudonym Agnon. In 1924
he adopted this as his legal
family name.
His Nobel address in 1966
was given in Hebrew and,
during its presentation,
Agnon stated that the majori-
ty of his writings had yet to
appear in print.
Since his death, Agnon's
daughter, Emuna Yaron, has
prepared for publication
several volumes of his
writings. Among these books
is hs novel, Shira, as well as
collections of stories and
correspondence.
The collection of stories
about his hometown covers a
period of 600 years, and con-
tains, in essence, a history of
the Jews of Poland. Another
volume consists of cor-
respondence between Agnon
and his wife, Esther, during
the years 1924-1931. There is
now even a volume of Agnon's
writings in Yiddish, which
dates from his early years in
Buczacz.

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