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Shlomo Katz

Shlomo Katz

As he stood by the ice-coated kitchen window, his hands resting on the warm radiator cover, the memory of trains rumbling on the overpass over...

Even the full and purposive life of an Israeli kibbutz is not entirely free of the heartaches of the “bourgeois” world.  _____________   In an Israeli paper not...

From Shlomo Katz’s fiction and autobiographical reminiscences the perceptive reader may draw, as from few other writers, a representative picture of the inner and outer...

The debris of history and life is stored in those three trunks in the unused guest room, and must be reexamined annually in a ritual...

This department has from time to time offered portrait sketches of familiar types in the life of Jews in America. Shlomo Katz’s Miss O’Keefe will...

There’s a curfew in Jerusalem. It has been in force for nearly three weeks, and there is no indication that it will end soon. It...

For the first time since the days of Bar Kochba, Jews have appeared on the historical scene fighting with arms for their national rights. Coming...

The invitation to abandon illusions regarding [a] situation is an invitation to abandon a situation which has need of illusions. —Karl Marx. The recent statement of Lieutenant...