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Israeli poet Yehuda Amichai reads from his Collected Poems, tells the sometimes sad, at times funny stories behind them, and reflects on the conflicts and connections between peoples and faiths. He describes the latter in terms of a shop window, where various religions vie for attention: “It’s like in every shop. If you buy one shirt, you don’t buy the other.”

Interviewer: Henry Lyman

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