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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, November 21, 1973

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(Continued from Page 1 believes that the total output rep-1 Miller and Tennessee Williams in
no doubt about it. Their ability to resents the author and that in the jthe early '50's. He began to buy
create can only be described that long run, it is the author that the books of plays as they ap-
way." matters, not the works. !peared.
Holtzman has been in attendance "I collect Faulkner," he says, He believes that interest in the
at the mini-course session and "and he's written 21 novels and book culture is much too low, par-
speaks enthusiastically of Miller's 80-odd short stories. They're not ticularly in the Midwest, and that
ability to relate to students. "Most all The Sound and the Fury, but this has made the role of an
writers cannot explain themselves they're all Faulkner to me." author a far too difficult one.
to younger people. Miller can, and He also points out that time Holtzman is optimistic that his
his audience is wider because of changes judgment on literature and own children will keep the collec
it. works currently considered to be
of lesser importance may gain ac- tion going. "I think they will," he
ALL OF MILLER'S writing is claim in later years. says. "They all have varied in-
treasured by the collector, even "It's the collected work of an terests, but they're all interested
those pieces popularly considered author rather than the individual in books."
to be "lesser works." Holtzman pieces," Holtzman emphasizes.

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how officials had reached that con-
clusion.
The Pentagon's chief spokesman,
Friedheim, in refusing to comment
on the report said: "We never
comment on reports of that kind."
The Pentagon has always de-
clined to comment on U. S. press
reports that Israel is capable of
producing, or has already produc-
ed, small atomic weapons of its
own.
THE REPORT that the Soviet
Union may have sent nuclear wea-
pons to Egypt came six weeks aft-
er the Middle East war triggered
a crisis in U.S.-Soviet relations.
The U. S. government has never
fully explained why President Nix-
on ordered a world-wide alert of
U. S. forces during the Middle
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When asked, however, he admits'
favoring Death of a Salesman
among Miller's dramas. "I saw
Salesman with Lee J. Cobb in the
Broadway premiere run. I was'
very, very overwhelmed."
HOLTZMAN attended the plays'
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