I am struck by the quote from Primo Levi regarding 'it is a time to put one's elbows on the table, a time when evil becomes good' etc. I'll have to read the original, but to conflate table manners with the tension of good vs. evil seems a leap I cannot imagine a wholesome, intelligent mind making. Is this the Seder speech at every Seder? Or just Primo Levi's? I'm confused. I'll read more.
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