On the night before she is set to die, a 96-year-old Dutch woman relives her war years in Otto de Kat’s ‘The Longest Night.’
Dorit Rabinyan’s novel ‘All The Rivers’ has ignited controversy in Israel for its view on intermarriage. But what’s beyond the fuss?
Prostitution, Weimar Germany, the Holocaust, Vietnam, gender dysphoria and monsters all play a role in Emil Ferris’s thrilling graphic novel debut.
Franz Kafka’s ‘Metamorphosis’ is more than the story of a man becoming an insect; it is a prophecy of the rise of anti-Semitism.
‘On the Chocolate Trail’ by Rabbi Deborah Prinz makes the perfect Hanukkah present for the chocolate lover in your life.
How did Timshel, a new startup founded by an Obama tech guru, get a Bible reference so wrong? Blame John Steinbeck and ‘East of Eden.’
Decades after some of the books written by these women were published, they continue to inspire women of all faiths and cultures to step and fight for the cause.
Witness to anti-Semitism, confidante of the Kennedys, confronter of Indira Gandhi, women’s rights’ advocate Shobha Nehru has died at 108.
Cartoonish Aislin drew Mordecai Richler more than 40 times. He looks back on their friendship and what Canada lost after Richler’s death in 2001.
Just how many of the most promising voices in American fiction are Jewish?
Based on his short story ‘Natasha,’ David Bezmozgis’s second film encapsulates the Russian-Jewish experience in 1990s Canada.
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