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April 07, 1989 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-07

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• A Tradition of Excellence •

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that I now see that manifests
itself partly as a result of the
civil rights struggle. One
would have thought that the
civil rights struggle would
have been a high watermark
of increased liberal sentiment
and tolerance. Instead, you
have this very significant
backsliding."
Bellow pointed to the grow-
ing cancer of ". . the over-
whelming shaping powers of
a nihilism that has become
commonplace.
"In this world of an-
nihilistic abysses and voids,
Jews stand apart from the
prevailing nihilism of the
West." He encouraged
American Jewish writers to
create their own con-
sciousness, to actively
remember their Jewish past,
and to remain faithful to ". . .
the millennial loyalty to
revelation and redemption."
When asked what the cen-
tral characteristic is of "the
good life" Bellow answered:
"Acknowledge your own soul.
It's a very old-fashioned word
— neshomah (soul) — to live
on honorable terms with your
own neshomah." ❑

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