To the delight of James Joyce scholars everywhere, the work of the great Irish author is no longer under copyright.
The New Yorker excerpts the letters of Joseph Roth.
It’s Judaican’t, “showcasing unfortunate Judaica and Jewish gifts.”
J.J. Gould appreciates Czechoslovakian dissident Josef Skvorecky, who explained why totalitarians hate jazz.
Elke Reva Sudin brings her “Hipsters and Hassids” paintings to Hartford, Conn.
Dalkey Archive Press has a sale on its truly excellent Hebrew Literature Series. Don’t delay!
Nerve ranks each and every one of Steven Spielberg’s 27 films.
How the emerging discipline of microarchaeology is transforming Israeli digs.
How the music of a Holocaust victim was kept safe for 70 years by his daughter.
Ezra Glinter is the critic-at-large of the Forward.
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