At home we didn’t study the prophets that much. We studied the five books of Moses, the Pentateuch and then, again, Talmud and Hasidic stories. They, of course, had a lasting influence on me. Sacroliterature. We had to go to school so we went to school, too, but the main impact I received from my religious schools as a child. After the war, I began reading, of course, I went to the Sorbonne and I began reading literature. It was still Dostoevsky and Thomas Mann, the usual, Kafka.