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June 23, 1989 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-23

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"I ENTERTAINMENT

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Susan Isaacs

Continued from Page 63

new work explores the hor-
rors of the Holocaust. "As a
Jew, I am trying to under-
stand what happened there in
ordinary terms," she says,
"what happened to this one-
time civilized land of Ger-
many."
While she stresses Shining
Through is not a Holocaust
novel, it is a paean to the pain
that victims had to endure. "I
asked why and how such
things happened and why
they didn't happen here. I
wanted to look at these
issues," she says. "It boils
down to, 'How safe do I feel
here as an American?' "
She is a safe bet, this Susan
Isaacs, a safe bet that her
novel will climb the best-
seller lists, find fame as a film
and then make way for
another project. She has
made discoveries along the
way.
"My characters are reflec-
tions of the world I know, and
I grew up in the world of New
York ethnics, in a Jewish
neighborhood where gentiles
were very exotic creatures,"
says the author. But Isaacs
has grown more worldly over
the years.
Yet, when worlds collide,
she can always find the com-
fort in the confines of home.
"There's nothing glamorous
about what I do," she says
simply.
Everything's just . . . or-
dinary? ❑

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In St. Clair

Hand spinners and weavers,
Dorothy Carr, Wendy Moysey
and Carole Donaldson will be
the featured artists at the
18th annual St. Clair Art
Fair, today through Sunday.
Carr, Moysey and
Donaldson will exhibit and
demonstrate their works in
the new Creative Center in
Riverview Plaza. The fair and
facility (which houses ex-
hibits, classes and a sales
gallery of original art) are
sponsored by the St. Clair Art
Association. For information,
call the art association,
329-9576, between noon and
5 p.m. weekdays.

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Exhibit Works

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County-area (Canada) artists,
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throughout the day and many
of the artists will be on hand
to discuss their works with
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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