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Some Advice About What To Read On Passover

There’s a nice seasonal post from Martha Anne Toll that’s being republished over at The Millions today. In it, Toll recommends eight books to read over the course of the Passover holiday, particularly in our current climate of “persecution and forced emigration,” as she puts it. The choices include titles by Aharon Appelfeld, Lucette Lagnado and Frederick Douglass, and provide a good beginning for impending conversations about the meaning of exodus in a contemporary America which a good many of us might want to escape. Read the full post here.

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