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The Lesson of Levi

This is not to be merely provocative, but rather to observe one of history’s milder ironic possibilities .

If This Is a Man, that most vital work published in the ashes of 1946 Europe, could easily have borne the title: Mein Kampf.

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Death Lost in Symbolism.

WE should not rush to reduce tragedy into symbolism, and martyr the dead through media.

Let us mourn before we politicise and make partisan the fact of someone’s murder, remember who has died, before we strive in weakness for a meaning beyond the profundity in any life – in any death.

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