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Wacky plays, reverent books, and mistaken identity

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Christopher Bonanos contemplates the fact that everyone assumes he is Jewish, although he isn’t. Adam Kirsch discusses a new book detailing the time the thinkers associated with the Institute for Social Research, or Frankfurt School, spent in exile. Jonathan Rosen talks to Sam Magavern, author of a new book on Primo Levi. Marissa Brostoff surveys the Jewish theater landscape at the Fringe Festival. And updates continue on this blog, The Scroll.

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