Yuval Noah Harari’s “21 Lessons for the 21st Century” hit stores September 4.
What Shteyngart is saying is that we live in two worlds at once: the inner and the outer.
Master of the velvet-clad barb, Parker could devastate anyone in fewer words than it might take her lunch date to order a salad.
Seth Greenland, the LA-based author, whose fifth book, “The Hazards of Good Fortune” hit stores August 21, only writes New York novels now.
Davidow and her peers worked in excavated caves, abandoned factories and tunnels. They endured food, water and electricity shortages.
The 1960s witnessed the beginning of the end of the grand romance between Jews and human rights.
The Jewish immigrant story of rising mobility is much harder to pull off. In that way, the story of the middle class is also a Jewish story.
After the Nazis invaded, in May 1940, and government restrictions on Jews tightened, her parents relinquished her care to a non-Jewish family.
Will they throw the book at him?
Martin Coyney might not have been a real doctor, but he had a “tremendous legacy.”
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