Learning Hebrew is dependent on providing students with teachers who know how to teach languages, and setting aside the time for students to learn.
A physician rallies against the detention of immigrant children, sharing Yiddish poetry with fellow protesters.
Seidenberg ran Brazenhead Books on the sly in his East 84th Street apartment, forming a popular hangout for New York’s literati.
Did Kubrick still believe that audiences would not be interested in, would perhaps even be turned off by, a narrative about Jews?
Clare Clark’s novel portrays a Berlin of deepening shadows, beset by hyperinflation and violence, darkened by the eclipse of freedom.
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