The book won a 2017 Man Booker International Prize for Grossman and his translator, Jessica Cohen.
“In its evolution from page to stage, “A Horse Walks Into a Bar” regains its spontaneity. Virtuosity is present, too.”
The Israeli author David Grossman is having quite the moment.
Krauss’s “Forest Dark” and Auster’s “4 3 2 1” won commendations for fiction alongside Ayelet Gundar-Goshen’s Negev-set thriller “Waking Lions.”
“For me to put my name to something outside of my personal realm of knowledge or experience was a mistake,” Greta Gerwig wrote.
“Hearts have hardened in the face of endless commentaries and demonstrations. We have grown deaf.”
Should the media publish words unfit to print? Our editor in chief explores this and more in this week’s Jane Looking Forward.
The play’s title refers, nominally, to the northern Israel region of the Galilee. But it also refers to a potential end to the land of Israel itself.
David Grossman’s adaptation of “To the End of the Land” is more than a political play. It’s a haunting depiction of universal maternal anxiety.
Sadly, what began as an evening at the theatre for our editor in chief has turned into a political statement. This and more in Jane Looking Forward.