“The Winds of War” and its sequel, “War and Remembrance,” established the late Jewish author’s reputation as a master of historical fiction.
Michael Chabon’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel “The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay” will air as a miniseries next year.
“Salt in My Soul: An Unfinished Life” may prove the most difficult book you’ll ever read — because you know the ending.
“[God] is just incredibly vulnerable and needy, and at the same time all-powerful [and] decisive
Silverman grew up in Bedford, New Hampshire, where she stood out as a dark-haired, loud Jew.
It’s “the happiest story that can be.”
“Why do I play the banjo? There’s no sense to it.”
“As a young boy in Baltimore, the only two things I had an interest in [were] being in the circus and being an orthopedic surgeon.”
“There is nothing photogenic about a peace process. No one wants to see a bunch of grown up men sitting around the table.
“93Queen,” Paula Eiselt’s debut, documents Freier’s attempt to create an all-female version of Hatzalah with only strictly observant Orthodox members.