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Today in Tablet Magazine, senior writer Liel Leibovitz inaugurates his “The Arbiter” column with a gracious appreciation of the great midcentury “New York Jew” literary critic Alfred Kazin, who saw in writers from New England’s hard, Puritanical soil analogues for himself and his anguished relationship with his inheritance.

Oh, plus there’s all the stuff about sex.

The Non-Belonger





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