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Books critic Adam Kirsch finds, today in Tablet Magazine, the poet who comes closest to “an honest expression of contemporary American Jewish sensibility.” This is Jacqueline Osherow and in her new collection, Whitethorn, she finds in a forest, a medieval Spanish synagogue, and the dissolution of her marriage the same thing: “disappointment … spiritually fraught.” Jewishness, in other words.

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