The first Yiddish edition of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” sold 1,000 copies in less than 48 hours.
Translator Arun Viswanath tracked down words and terms associated with magic, British foods, boarding school life and dozens of rare plants
Even wizards get the blues.
If you read the “Harry Potter” series in Hebrew you may have noticed something curious: Sirius Black sings a Hanukkah song in one scene.
Women in the ‘Harry Potter’ follow-up trailer get to cry, turn into snakes, and run to keep up with powerful men.
She doesn’t have to be doing this, but she is.
The author of many good books quotes from The Good Book.
After a particularly boring season on Broadway, there are few surprises among this season’s nominees for the Tony Awards.
“The whole play feels like a post-Holocaust meditation on survivor’s guilt, pain and intergenerational trauma.”
The last enemy that shall be destroyed is … anti-Semitism?