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Arts & Culture

“I em verry heppy to mit you end yourr femily in yourr hawm.”

Oct. 25 2017 12:01AM

In brilliantly charting the psychological effects of anti-Semitism on both its perpetrators and its victims, a newly translated 1934 novel outdoes even such master analysts as Freud and Proust.

Oct. 18 2017 12:01AM

Trapped in a cycle of naïveté and doom.

Oct. 17 2017 12:01AM

Literature from the secular mudflats.

Francis Spufford
Oct. 9 2017 12:01AM

Photographs of historic synagogues, illuminated manuscripts, and more.

Claire Voon
Sept. 29 2017 12:01AM

A Polish-Jewish composer who survived Auschwitz as the camp’s musical conductor wrote in an elegant style out of step with his times. Now the times are coming around.

Sept. 27 2017 12:01AM

The products of the Yiddish greeting-card industry are a reminder of how wonderfully varied was the world of Yiddish-speaking Jewry.

Sept. 19 2017 12:01AM

A City and Its Fullness.

Sept. 18 2017 12:01AM

Yevgeny Yevtushenko and Dmitri Shostakovich.

Alex Ryvchin
Sept. 18 2017 12:01AM

A comedian who embodied a Jewish stereotype from which the sting of prejudice had been leached.

Sept. 15 2017 12:01AM

If Judaism’s idea of art is one that can truly represent our frail, fallible humanity, then Rembrandt, who captured faces “without any attempt to beautify them,” is the artist for Jews.

Sept. 14 2017 12:01AM

The Rachel Corrie revival.

David Herman
Sept. 1 2017 12:01AM