While the Nazis’ plunder of visual art has garnered attention, the Third Reich’s attempt to dominate Europe’s literary culture is little known.
“The novel simply isn’t very good. It’s at once an overwrought, cliché-ridden romance and a grimly unpleasant prison story.”
A man in California who was the only survivor in his family received a book from Germany that had been dedicated to him as a child by his teacher.
“Israeli Hebrew no longer has to fear for its viability. Its present-day challenges are more mundane.”
Give her your tired, your poor, and Stephen Miller’s ego for dinner.34
“I told him, ‘We have to publish this book.’ He said, ‘What? That book by that kid?’ ”
“Balancing free speech on difficult topics that some might find offensive can be tricky to navigate, but it is essential to a democracy.”
But there’s a glimmer of hope in “1984,” there is no true resistance. Here in America, the resistance is real.
“Making It” was a controversial book in its day, scandalous enough that Podhoretz’s regular publisher refused to touch it.
“Bringing the Expos to Montreal is one of the few things that Bronfman claims significant credit for in the book.”
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