And how Tel Aviv made the style its own.
Auctioned for nearly $10,000.
All of them illustrate the predicament of Jewish identity, but not all in the same way.
To the great Hebrew writer S.Y. Agnon, balance is all—and imbalance, as in the novel Only Yesterday, a devastating calamity.
Part Joyce, part Balzac, part yizkor book.
The shockingly easy rehabilitation of an admirer of Hitler.
Marion and Celia Moss, poets “of the Hebrew nation.”
In the late 1960s, appointments in Jewish studies were springing up in tandem with the “adversarial culture.” But we intended to strengthen the universities, not to trash them.
It probably started with the term “Holocaust survivor.”