Ranen Omer-Sherman leafs through “Turn Right at the End,” a controversial comic book series by Israeli artist Sivan Hurvitz.
Philologos gets devilish.
Stuart Schoffman reviews Philip Roth’s latest novel, “Nemesis.”
I review Elie Wiesel’s latest novel, “The Sonderberg Case.”
Allan Nadler reviews the unfortunately titled “The Relationship of Orthodox Jews With Believing Jews of Other Religious Ideologies and Non-Believing Jews.”
Jenna Weissman Joselit stresses the importance of another set of “Protocols.”
In the third excerpt from his book “When They Come for Us, We’ll Be Gone: The Epic Struggle to Save Soviet Jewry,” Gal Beckerman describes Avital Shcharansky’s efforts to save her husband, Anatoly.
And on the Forverts video channel, Paul Glasser reads the first part of Sholom Aleichem’s story “Baranovich Station.”