Whatever their religious inclinations or politics, American Jewish women wrestled with their dual status as Jews and women.
David, like Rushdie, is a satirist. They find common cause in turning a story of exile and danger into a social situation good for a few solid gags.
“It was a driving force for him to strive for the highest level of accomplishment.”
“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 new translation of “The Little Prince,” published in Arabic and translated into Hebrew is now available for 88 shekels.
On February 5 Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, knighted Simon Schama, the 73-year-old historian and Columbia University professor.
Even in death Karl Marx can’t rest easy.
“There’s not a reluctance or a protectiveness,” Matt Salinger said, “when it’s ready, we’re going to share it.”
Like her greatest subject, Joyce Carol Oates has an interesting relationship with Judaism.
Our contributing book critic was named a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award’s Nona Balakian Citation for Excellence in Reviewing.
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