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Factory farming animals hurts vulnerable human populations.
Can “Eating Animals” become the “Inconvenient Truth” or “Philadelphia” of animal farming and food production?
Broad City, Transparent, Shahs of Sunset, you name it — they’re all heading to the Holy Land. Why?
Alice Munro, Jonathan Safran Foer and Stefan Zweig are bestsellers in Israel — and that’s a serious problem for Hebrew literature.
The Jewish authors on the list included a finalist for the Man-Booker Prize and the author of a stunning debut novel.
To a world that, despite his best-selling books and major movies of the millennium’s first decade, had moved on without him, Jonathan Safran Foer has recently announced, “Here I Am.”
Book reviewing has gotten a lot harder since Jonathan Safran Foer’s last novel appeared 11 years ago. Dan Friedman explains what’s at stake, and three reasons why.
Jonathan Safran Foer’s “Here I Am” was 11 years in the making. Yevgeniya Traps asks if the new novel was worth the wait.
Jonathan Safran Foer, author of “Everything Is Illuminated” returns with “Here I Am,” his first novel in 11 years. In an interview with Talya Zax, he wonders if he’s still relevant.