Award-winning journalist and former Forward staffer, Allison Yarrow discusses her new book “90s Bitch” about media treatment of women in the 90s.
Passengers on board the St. Louis fleeing Nazi Germany discover both cultural displacement and loss in Armando Correa’s “The German Girl.”
Apparently, F. Scott Fitzgerald didn’t care about Sheilah Graham’s Jewish background.
Richard Adams said that some of the rabbits were based on his experiences as a lieutenant during World War II
The door opened and there they were: John, Paul, and George. But no Ringo. Why?
Hersh wandered into journalism after dropping out of law school, serving in the army, and working at Walgreens.
Roth’s chronicle of his generation is as insightful as that which Moykher-Sforim, Aleichem and Peretz dedicated to the Jews of the Pale of Settlement.
Bruce Lee was descended from a kosher butcher in Rotterdam. For real.
“If All the Seas Were Ink” recounts the years in which Kurshan undertook the project of reading the entire Talmud, one page per day.
Atticus Finch was based on Harper Lee’s father, A.C. Lee, a refined, civilized, genteel segregationist.
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