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Natalie Friedman

Natalie Friedman is a graduate student in English at New York University. She received her B.A. in English and French from Vassar College and has also studied at the Sorbonne in Paris.

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Babette Deutsch

“How to sustain the miracle/Of being, that like a muted bell,/Or like some ocean-breathing shell,/Quivers, intense and still?” asked Babette Deutsch in her poem “Quandary.” Questions surrounding the miracle of life formed an important part of Babette Deutsch’s poetry. She also published many novels and works of literary criticism, but she is best known for her poetry, which was greatly influenced by Jewish themes and culture.

Vera Dean

In the preface to her book Builders of Emerging Nations (1961), Vera Dean poses the question, “What makes a leader?” While the book goes on to discuss the important qualities necessary to be a leader in the political arena, the story of Vera Dean’s life is a testament to her own leadership abilities. She helped shape American foreign policy and opinion on international relations, as both an educator and a writer.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Natalie Friedman." (Viewed on September 23, 2019) <https://qa.jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/friedman-natalie>.

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