Author Ottessa Moshfegh has defied the old adage, “never meet your heroes.”
American culture lies to us about teachers. Educator Ilana Blumberg tries to give us some truth.
Giorgio Bassani’s “Novel of Ferrara” weaponizes the familiar haze of life in its ordinariness.
Whatever their religious inclinations or politics, American Jewish women wrestled with their dual status as Jews and women.
David, like Rushdie, is a satirist. They find common cause in turning a story of exile and danger into a social situation good for a few solid gags.
“It was a driving force for him to strive for the highest level of accomplishment.”
“I made errors in the way I credited sources,” Abramson told CNN, but said she’d “never purposely take credit for the work of another journalist.”
A new translation of “The Little Prince,” published in Arabic and translated into Hebrew is now available for 88 shekels.
On February 5 Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, knighted Simon Schama, the 73-year-old historian and Columbia University professor.
Even in death Karl Marx can’t rest easy.
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