Many of his friends, particularly the Jewish ones, asked him, “After all that happened in Germany, don’t you want to divorce yourself from it?”
Though some of the presentation is different, this story from the Forward on June 23, 1913, is all too familiar.
“He had a failing heart and liver, and maybe a week to live. I asked to could interview him in the hospital. “Kid, you better hurry up,” he said.
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“Deep down, we still cling to the notion that what an artist makes with her hands reflects what transpires in her soul.”
“Hitler was distinctive looking. The little mustache he had made him a very recognizable person, but not in a good way,” Feuchtwanger recalled.
“I dislike American bar mitzvah ceremonies. A bar mitzvah in America is like a wedding combined with a staged theatrical production.”
“There is, oddly enough, a strong undercurrent of Jewiness to many — though certainly not all — classics of gay theater.”
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