Already at the age of six, Agnon knew that words and stories would be his whole world. I have to do it. His life was sacred to literature: he would stand for long hours, he would stand by the "shtendar" - the prayer pulpit - in the attic of his house, looking at the rosaries, and the peepers. Agnon's stories were translated into dozens of languages, and his name became famous throughout the world. He won the Israel Prize several times, and in 1966 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. I have to do it. I have to do it.