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Ezekiel and Saraswati

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Today in Tablet Magazine, Patricia Bailey Conway discusses the work of Nissim Ezekiel, India’s most famous Jewish poet. Even after the empire fell, Ezekiel still wrote in English but also, as he wrote in 1965, “…made my commitments now / This is one: to stay where I am…”.

India’s Most Famous Jewish Poet

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