The day Isaac Bashevis Singer returned to Ellis Island was “a beautiful, cold day.”
“Pride is also a Yizkor.”
For all of us, sometimes the story we don’t think to look for is the one we most need to see.
The life that emerges from the novel’s pages is a reflection of the concerns that shaped Ozick.
That Roth’s biographer was apparently more concerned about his ethics when it came to literal objects than to women is, in its own painful way, apt.
“It makes sense that he ended up becoming what he’s become,” said Ossoff’s one-time ultimate coach. “It’s all about grit, being of higher mind.”
If Philip Roth wasn’t a good man, he was certainly an original one.
We’ve asked nine Asian American Jewish leaders to share their experiences in the wake of increased violence against the AAPI community.
HBO Max’s ‘Allen v. Farrow’ demands we consider what kind of response to suffering we’re willing to tolerate in women.
How could the Forward, which built its reputation on its staunch Socialist politics, have gotten in bed with the Democrats?