Adelbert von Chamisso.
A sumptuous new book collects 100 examples of decorated and illuminated haggadahs from across Europe, Israel, America, and beyond.
A “Gentile Jewess” in the holy city.
A Holocaust writer?
The diary of a Tunisian Jew.
Private detectives, body-switching, fairies, and Jeremiah’s smartphone.
Mendele Mokher Seforim’s The Mare.
Deified by their Soviet readers, Arkady and Boris Strugatsky are beginning to find increasing numbers of readers in America.
Neither astute nor entertaining.
In his paintings of Jacob and his twelve sons, the 17th-century Spanish master humanizes his subjects, rendering them approachable and individual rather than remote and ethereal.
But not Philologos.