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Israel is helping to rewrite the American Jewish novel.
“The Diamond Setter” offers an appealing portrayal of the complex interactions of LGBTQ characters, both Jews and Arabs.
Both Rodgers and Hammerstein had wives named Dorothy, and both women were interior decorators.
In fiction, we find the real Israel.
“Kibbutzim were never egalitarian. They always relied on screening mechanisms to keep people out.”18
“The greatest irony is that the post-religious world has not granted us its promised freedom.”
“Privacy is something that everybody claims to want, but nobody articulates why.”
“If you read Trump with an open mind, he is like Albert Camus.”
Whether you prefer your poems timely or unbound from any particular political moment, we’ve picked some that will refresh your sense of syntax.
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