Onstage and offstage, Cohen’s words resonated — go on resonating — and if they saved him, they saved others, too
“Singling out Jews as targets for suspicion or reproach was not unusual for Wodehouse.”
Murakami’s concerns encompass the boundaries between dream and reality, the power of art, and the persistent traumas of 20th-century history.
I kept wondering why I cared so much about these writers. Was there such a thing as a “Jewish-American Novel?” What did it mean to be a Jewish writer?
15 Years later the Detroit-based author has returned to the story of Eddie the theme park maintenance man and the little girl, Annie, he died saving.
“Luis de Torres was a refugee of faith, and for that reason, we may consider him the first of the pilgrims.”
Philip Roth’s Intimate Farewell through Chamber Music
The last time I heard from Philip Roth was in October of last year.
“Philip died with his reputation at a kind of pinnacle, and was widely accepted as being one of the greatest writers of the 20th century.”
Frank, even as she is heralded as a voice for the victims of the Holocaust, is underrated as a voice for children.
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