An Australian children’s entertainer tries to cultivate the ceremonial fruit for Sukkot
Rokhl’s Golden City: How a strange fruit inspired Yiddish writers
For Sukkot, a story by Israeli novelist Haim Be’er, in a first English translation
A dreamlike, childhood wonderment has grown into a special Sukkot tradition
The 1947 short story for Sukkot appears in Tablet for the first time in English translation
Fiction by Nobel laureate S.Y. Agnon, for Sukkot, in a new English translation by Jeffrey Saks
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Fancy versions of the Four Species go for more than $100
For a hundred generations Jews lived in anticipation of redemption, a historical tension that continues to define Judaism
Why read the Talmud as a secular Jew? In part, for its expression of an independent Jewish creativity and spirituality.
More than an ephemeral part of Sukkot observance, the fruit also symbolizes the commitment of one generation to the next
The citron, essential for Sukkot rituals, can be put to many wonderful uses after the holiday
California citrus farmer John Kirkpatrick, a Presbyterian well-versed in Jewish agricultural law, is the only large-scale grower of etrogs in the U.S.
Palm frond export ban threatens Sukkot lulav supply
To the neurotic urban parent, Sukkot might as well be called Booths of Death
Shyne is free, etrogs are inedible, and Roth wins again
But no Polaroid pictures at the checkpoint, thanks
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