The book covers the poet’s Hebrew work and complex personality, but not his Yiddish poems which reveal a different side to his personality.
A portrait of the late editor-in-chief of the Yiddish Forward, Simon Weber, and the news writers during the summer of the Entebbe Operation.
Although she had left the Hasidic community years before, breaking Jewish law could still consume her with guilt.
Celia Dropkin stunned the New York’s Yiddish literary world in the 1920’s.
Historian Jonathan Schorsch launches an initiative in the German capital that promotes political activism based on traditional Jewish texts.
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