“Have I Got a Story For You” features more than a century’s worth of Yiddish stories from the Forward. Anthology editor Ezra Glinter tells us how he picked the best of the best.11
Visitors to Philip Roth’s library in Newark, will be able to see all 3,500+ of his volumes, including the 15 books he found most influential in the first half of his life.
Our language columnist Aviya Kushner takes a deep, deep dive into the world of foreign literature and learns what is lost (and found) in translation.
Shirley Jackson, author of “The Lottery” and “The Haunting of Hill House” would have turned 100 this year. Biographer Ruth Franklin talks about her legacy and her Jewish influences.13
The proposed bans are one of many historical attempts, some successful, to limit religious freedoms for Jews and Muslims.
“American Pastoral,” directed by and starring Ewan McGregor, is a disappointing adaptation of Philip Roth’s novel. But there may be something even worse about it.8
David Remnick’s profile of Leonard Cohen, Ewan MacGregor’s adaptation of Philip Roth’s “American Pastoral” and the season premiere of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” are among our picks for this weekend.
Alan Greenspan has been many things to many people. In monetary policy, he was the patron saint of central bankers or a sinner who brought about the global financial crisis, depending who made the assessment and when.
Philip Roth’s “Conversion of the Jews” anticipated a lifetime of battle among Roth, Jews and America itself. Anne Roiphe says that it is a battle Roth ultimately won.
Columnist Aviya Kushner reports from the American Literary Translators’ Association conference — a rare place in the world where translators are treated like celebrities.
Laura Albert, who has written novels under the name of JT Leroy, offers a brave and eloquent defense of Elena Ferrante and her alleged use of a pseudonym.12
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