Anne Frank’s story could seem straightforward. Mirjam Pressler knew it was anything but.
Unlike many of his colleagues in academia and journalism, Nathan Glazer, who has died at 95, never allowed his opinions to fossilize.
Oliver became the voice of something essential and unsung about the country.
Zionists used to care about everyone’s liberation, not just our own; and leftists used to admit that Jews are distinctive.
“All the Answers” is weightless; we feel the time and the place but not the research that went into its creation.
Sam Lipsyte’s latest novel, “Hark,” hits the satirical bullseye once more.
Recent scholarship and online innovations have reunited Jewish victims and their heirs with their libraries.
Winners of the 2018 National Jewish Book Awards include one of Israel’s foremost statesmen and a couple who kept their love alive by hunting Nazis.
“My role is not to make people happy. It is to tell the truth as strongly as possible — bluntly, even savagely, if necessary.”
In many ways the change of ownership keeps the business in the family.
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