Lanzmann hurled ferocious critiques at fictionalized versions of the Holocaust, terming “Schindler’s List” “kitschy melodrama.”
Fuchs was a rifleman in the Normandy Invasion on D-Day, landing on Omaha Beach, where he was hit by shrapnel.
“I knew I was a Jew because they would not let me forget I was a Jew,” Ellison once said.
Krauthammer’s direct experience of the Old World gave unusual depth to his historical awareness.
Did Roth’s perceived anti-Semitism and misogyny doom his chance at a Nobel Prize?
“U.S. Immigration officials had changed the family name to Ginsberg, which it remained until Goodwin was a senior in high school.”
Bernstein’s artistry continues to be celebrated, but it remains to be seen if Tom Wolfe’s satires will stand the test of time
“I had to stop writing the book several times because I thought she was so disgusting.”
“Why should anyone care about a raving, Cro-Magnon propagandist
Alan Gershwin, born Albert Schneider, bore an astonishing resemblance to George Gershwin.