As the #MeToo campaign continues to spur “back talk” from women, Lazarin offers an evocative meditation on feelings that often remain unspoken.
“My father was a person who wore a cross, a Magen David and a Hamsa because he hated them all. ”
“I’ve read the manuscript that you wrote about me. And I forbid you from including it in your doctorate.”
“In Israel there is a fear of non-influence as opposed to Harold Bloom’s anxiety of influence.”
“Anyone who teaches Hebrew and Yiddish literatures in translation is indebted to Barbara Harshav.”
Granick grew up in Stepney, a neighborhood nested in the East End. The area contained a vibrant Jewish community in the early 20th century.
“Until recently, these journals have been virtually inaccessible: they are nowhere to be found online.”
The Israeli author David Grossman is having quite the moment.
For decades, Ariana kept Renia’s diary to herself, until her daughter urged her to make it public.
Judy Blume’s take on the sex was always thrillingly frank, titillating in a ho-hum kind of way.
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