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Singing of a land long gone, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, singer-songwriter Clare Burson, who latest song cycle is inspired by her grandmother’s experience in pre-Holocaust Germany, is the Vox Tablet podcat guest. We talk to Man Booker Prize-shortlisted novelist Howard Jacobson. Parenting columnist Marjorie Ingall celebrates Nicole Hollander, a pioneering feminist comics artist still going strong three decades later. Josh Lambert offers his weekly round-up of forthcoming books of note. The Scroll goes into full-fledged autumn mode.

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