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Notes From Tel Aviv


Each trip I take between Italy and Israel, passage between my two homelands, my two languages, my two homes and cultures, produces both joy and trauma, particularly when I return. Each time I come back to Israel I find a changed nation, even if I’ve only been away a few weeks or months.

Each trip I take between Italy and Israel, passage between my two homelands, my two languages, my two homes and cultures, produces both joy and trauma, particularly when I return. Each time I come back to Israel I find a changed nation, even if I’ve only been away a few weeks or months.

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