“My big fantasy is that women and men will really start to talk to each other,” Aviad said.
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“I’m very poorly suited to be a bohemian layabout. I’m way too neurotic and I can’t hold my liquor very well.”
“I wanted to make sure the world knew who he was and that his place was solidified in history,” Avrich said of Ferencz.
The secret chord, over ice and stirred.
“Ford’s salvos,” McGraw wrote, “were likely the most sustained printed attack on Jews the world had ever seen.”
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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.
“Israel is a dream come true, and as a dream come true it is flawed, very flawed, and sometimes dangerously flawed or painfully flawed.”
Amos Oz was branded a heretic for his stance on Palestine. American Jews are more accepting of him now, and he’s not quite sure what to make of that.9
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