Daybreak: U.S. to Arm Syrian Rebels?

Plus Christine Quinn weighs the pros and cons of a Koch endorsement

Paper Chase

Until the widow of Yiddish writer Chaim Grade died last year, his archive was kept locked away in their stuffed apartment. Now it’s up for grabs.

Diamonds in the Rough

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Sundown: Progress

Valley on Valley, Hitch on faith, and more

Yiddishists Fear For Grade’s Papers

It’s up to the Bronx now

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The Turkish conundrum, video evidence, and more

Whoppers

A former student remembers a seminar with Chaim Grade—and how it changed his life

Imaginative Assault

An excerpt from a new history of Commentary shows how the fiction published in the magazine’s early years shook not just the world of Jewish literature but the very foundations of American letters

Did Inna Grade Leave a Will?

Yiddish writer’s papers may wind up in Jerusalem

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A death becomes a rebirth, and more

Keeper of the Flame

Few writers have had champions as fierce as Chaim Grade’s widow, Inna Grade, who died earlier this month

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