In “The Art of Leaving,” Ayelet Tsabari finds her home in motherhood and writing.
Whatever their religious inclinations or politics, American Jewish women wrestled with their dual status as Jews and women.
“I made errors in the way I credited sources,” Abramson told CNN, but said she’d “never purposely take credit for the work of another journalist.”
A lack of persecution, according to Robert Mnookin, elides a sense of shared community, besides fostering intermarriage and its attendant challenges.
Though lacking in subtlety, “On the Basis of Sex” is often stirring as it provides a necessary history lesson.
These artifacts serve as reminders of the impediments of bureaucracy, as well as the thin line between life and death.
This RBG biography was fifteen years in the making.
Murakami’s concerns encompass the boundaries between dream and reality, the power of art, and the persistent traumas of 20th-century history.
Chesler may be an unreliable narrator, but for those of us who’ve lived through the era, her gossipy tales have an undeniable appeal.
After the Nazis invaded, in May 1940, and government restrictions on Jews tightened, her parents relinquished her care to a non-Jewish family.