Resistance Fighter

In her new novel, Tatiana de Rosnay challenges France’s hero complex

Secret History

Natalie Danford’s glimpse into life of wartime Urbino

A Woman Out of Time

In 1938, at the height of U.S. isolationism, Americans devoured Phyllis Bottome’s chronicle of a German-Jewish family’s struggle to survive under the Nazi regime

Prayer Revival

A poet brings a collection of 19th-century supplications back to life

Outside the Lines

Douglas Rushkoff turns open source Judaism into a comic book

The Piperno Case

Is a popular Italian novel a daring comedy of manners

Summer Reading 2007

What we’re reading

Fall From Grace

In 1843, British novelist Grace Aguilar was a household name on both sides of the Atlantic. So how come we’ve never heard of her?

What I Am Going to Write This Summer

Time has arrived to rock the world of fiction

On Literary Love

What happens when the writer you admire most becomes your friend?

Camoin Among the Savages

Amid the clang of a Vegas casino, I found a literary hero

Immediate Identification

Finding things in common with a boy from old L

Firmly in the Fold

S. Yizhar harangued and criticized the country he loved

Land of the Lost

Michael Chabon’s new novel depicts a frozen homeland where beat cops speak Yiddish, snack on blintzes, and chase Hasidic gangsters

Grave Digger

Nathan Englander unearths stories that many in Argentina would just as soon forget

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