This Week in Forward Arts and Culture

  • 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.”

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