The experience led Ginzburg to the insight that dominated her work for the rest of her life.
Once, many years ago in Israel, I saw something that reminded me of Ginzburg’s wartime transformation.
At that time, I knew a number of women who had been young during the War of Independence.
In that bullying fear of tenderness, I thought I saw an invisible barrier of emotional withdrawal that separated them from all others.
Here was a shared dependency acting like an elixir, warding off the exhaustion that otherwise would surely have felled many.

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