Tami Israeli

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Tami Israeli is Cultural Attachee at the Israeli Embassy.

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2007

Sunday, 25 February 2007

Nava Semel discussed writing about the children of Holocaust survivors in search of an Israeli identity. She gave her personal view on the pain and the hope, on loss and the power of survival through the eyes of the daughter of new immigrants.

Semel also talks about her latest novel And the Rat Laughed in which the protagonist battles with her memory as a hidden, abused child and her long journey towards emotional freedom.

Tami Israeli is Cultural Attachee at the Israeli Embassy.

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