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Daniel Mendelsohn, Gertrude Berg, and a catchall day of mourning

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Marissa Brostoff considers a new documentary on Gertrude Berg, whose TV show The Goldbergs was the Jewish answer to I Love Lucy. David Kaufmann parses how Daniel Mendelsohn’s work translating Greek poetry reflect the writer’s Jewishness. Tablet Magazine offers our own guide to the 17th of Tammuz, a lesser known fast day on the Jewish calendar. Plus, stay tuned for more updates to this blog, The Scroll.

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