Protest Poetry

A newly translated anthology expands our notion of Israeli dissent

Something Old, Something New

Literary scholar Elisa New focuses on the world of her forebears

Theological Calisthenics

The characters in ‘God’s Gym’ strive to make order out of life’s chaos

Disconcerting Wipeout

How marrying Marilyn Monroe ruined Arthur Miller’s genius

On the Bookshelf

The latest in Holocaust and Lebowski scholarship

On the Bookshelf

Compulsions, subversions, and a TV tell-all

A Zionist Supreme

How Louis Brandeis’s Zionism was rooted in American patriotism

A Frank Reader

Francine Prose on Anne Frank’s overlooked abilities as a writer

Bomb the Ban!

In praise of Shel Silverstein and other banned children’s book authors

Point of Departure

A translation of Mahmoud Darwish’s journals offers an introduction to the Palestinian poet’s work

Penny Pinchers

The author of ‘In Cheap We Trust’ on the history of a Jewish stereotype

Seize the Pen

In his essays on the writing life, Michael Greenberg emerges as figure out of Bellow

On the Bookshelf

Far-flung rites and gustatory delights


Examining Soviet Russia’s short-lived Jewish renaissance

On the Bookshelf

Armed struggles, exit strategies, cats, and lullabies

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