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“Everyone has so much to gain from the toppling of patriarchy, including men.”
Sam Lipsyte’s latest novel, “Hark,” hits the satirical bullseye once more.
Gefilte fish tacos, anyone?
“Israel is a dream come true, and as a dream come true it is flawed, very flawed, and sometimes dangerously flawed or painfully flawed.”
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Joseph Penso de la Vega, a Sephardic-Jewish immigrant to the Netherlands wrote a primer on the Amsterdam stock exchange in his native Spanish.
“Why do I play the banjo? There’s no sense to it.”
In more than one way Jonathan Lethem’s latest novel “The Feral Detective” is a return to basics.
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