“In the coming decades, more Americans will be forced to adapt in larger, stranger ways to an increasingly hostile environment.”
Kayla Moore’s smile and her intonation, are also, frankly, nods to a certain strain of Christianity.17
The shortlist for the 2018 Sapir Prize, often considered Israel’s top literary award, includes works by past winners Shimon Adaf and Noa Yedlin.
“Shtetl Love Song” belongs to the genre of homespun shtetl literature, which began with Mendele Mocher Sforim’s autobiography, “Shloyme Ben Khayems.”
Haym Isaacs’ book describes the ancient chalitzah ceremony and other unique Jewish customs in a surprisingly positive light.
The following books will whisk you away, frighten you, provide opportunities for introspection and make you laugh.
Alderman’s “The Power” won this year’s Bailey’s Women’s Prize for Fiction.
Krauss’s “Forest Dark” and Auster’s “4 3 2 1” won commendations for fiction alongside Ayelet Gundar-Goshen’s Negev-set thriller “Waking Lions.”
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Dropkin’s erotic poetry is shocking to a contemporary reader. Jennifer Kronovet learned Yiddish to translate it.
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