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June 20, 2003 - Image 71

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-20

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INSIDE:

Summer
Reading

64

Meet Artist
Pablo Davis

74

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Steven Gillis: `11), .:-io•d has
a Jewish' theme from the
standpoint that it deals with
moral issues, the question
of what is right and wrong,
as well as the guilt Walter
suffers during his PH' and
his quest for redemption."

Ann Arbor's Steven
Gillis pens a first
novel without
Jewish characters
but with very
Jewish themes.

STORY on page 6

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