Jack R. Braverman <jbraverman1@...>
Articles about desecration of Jewish cemeteries are at least tangentially=
related to this List, nicht
var? Hope so. =
You may be interested in reading "The Carpentras Affair," in the November=
6th issue of "The
New Yorker." Do so especially if you are a Francophile, yet even a mild
interest in the dynamics
of European small-town prejudice make it a good read.
The desecration of the oldest cemetery in Europe still _in use_ (>from the=
14th cent.) =
is the occasion of the piece, but it's really in the background and is
given only a little description.
What happens after the discovery ... therein lies the tale.
Oh, have you ever wondered where Captain Dreyfus went after his return fr=
Yes! Carpentras until he couldn't stand it anymore.