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A critic, a thriller, a bombshell, and a human hut

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James Kirchik looks at Desmond Tutu’s criticism of Israel and sees a history of South African anti-Zionism. Adam Kirsch checks out Dutch novel God’s Gym, which reflects the “clash of fundamentalism with Western ideals and Jewish anxieties”; Kirsch also posits that marrying Marilyn Monroe was the kiss of death for the brilliant mind of Arthur Miller. Susan Shender designs a sukkah made of…people. And stay tuned to The Scroll for continuous updates.

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