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FRIDAY; MARCH 30, 1990

"Literature is
trying to describe
better the things
we can never
change. It's
breaking the
silence."
David
Grossman

cer. A certain man disliked
the officer, and so decided to
kill his house Jew. He
sought out Schulz and shot
him on the spot.
Hearing this story took
Grossman back to when he
was 10, when he first real-
ized that "the people [killed
in the Holocaust] were my
people."
"To take such an explosion
of vitality and put it in a
mechanical equation like
that was just unbearable for
me."
And so he wrote a new life
for the Polish Jewish author,
who in See Under: Love sur-
vives by jumping into the
sea, where he joins a school
of salmon.
Just before starting See
Under: Love, Grossman told
a friend he wanted to write a
book that would tremble
with the power of words.
"I wanted to write a book
so vivid," he said, "that it
would shiver on the
shelf." ❑

followed by See Under: Love,
which was published after
Grossman's sojourn to the
West Bank but written
before.
The topics and style of the
two books are different, but
they were written in the limmmmi NEWS ,"—"mm
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same intense and deman-
ding manner that has come
FRIDAY,
$1 Million Grant
to characterize Grossman's
MARCH 30
writing schedule.
To Aid Hillel
He wakes up early and
10 a.m.-8 p.m.
Washington (JTA) — A $1
writes continually — except
million
endowment fund to
for time he spends with his
promote ethics on the cam-
SATURDAY,
two sons — for at least 17
pus has been established by
hours.
MARCH 31
New York philanthropist
"I spend most of my hours
Jacob Burns at the B'nai
-n.
10 a.m.-6
writing," he said. "And
B'rith Hillel Foundations.
what's even more dangerous
The Jacob Burns Endow-
is that I enjoy it."
ment in Ethics will fund
Grossman sees himself as
"nationwide programs to br-
"in charge of a whole world"
ing to the attention of col-
when he writes the fictional
lege youth, as well as the
lives of his characters, and
general public, the growing
discusses his work only with
need to exercise ethical
his wife and one friend.
standards, morality and in-
While insisting he pays no
tegrity
in general hiimm, re-
attention to critics,
lations
and in business and
Grossman did heed the
the
professions,"
Reich said.
words in one letter — which
He said the Burns endow-
forever linked him to a
ment is the largest national
Polish author who died years
gift in Hillel's 65-year histo-
before Grossman was even
ry, and would provide oppor-
born.
tunities across the Hillel
FLOODS
HALOGEN T
A reader who had seen The
campus network for
told
Smile of the Lamb
students, faculty, clergy and
WE
Grossman that his novel
professionals.
clearly had been influenced
00-11 ER
JUST
Of the over 40 campus
by Bruno Schulz. Grossman
CALL
M-F
Hillels
that applied so far for
had never heard of Schulz,
9 am-5 p m
the Burns grant, 14 campus
661-4400
Sat.
but he went in search of his
Hillels have already receiv-
9 am-noon
novels; what he saw there
ed grants totaling more than
was a revelation.
$22,000, for programs in-
Now You Don't Have to —1
The
Street
Schulz's books,
Lose Your Money Your
cluding:
and
of
Crocodiles
Home Or Your Kids
• "Jewish Ethics in the
Sanitorium Under the Sign
When You Get Di-
1990s,"
three workshops at
vorced. Adam is Here To
of the Hourglass, were like
the
University
of Penn-
Protect Your Rights.
"a letter to me," Grossman
You'll Get Strong, Effec-
sylvania that will examine
said.
"I
felt
like
this
guy
was
tive Advice And Sup-
sexual, medical and feminist
port From Adam. We're
talking to me." And their
issues and how Judaism is
a Group Of Highly
writing
was
similar,
Qualified Divorce
adapting to changing times.
Grossman agreed.
Lawyers And Counselors
• "Mock Trial," a Hofstra
Who Will Answer By
Then Grossman learned of
University
"trial" featuring
Telephone. Any Of Your
Schulz's terrible death.
Questions On Divorce
ethical
issues
relevant to the
Schulz had served as a
At No Charge.
campus.
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out of the yellow
maelstrom with easy,
blanket statements about
how to cure all of Israel's
ills.
In fact, "literature is try-
ing to describe better the
things we can never
change," he said. "It's
breaking the silence."
The Yellow Wind was

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