“In every generation they rise up to annihilate us.”
Jews can do their fellow citizens a favor by identifying the sources of cultural poison before the toxicity turns fatal. Hardly anybody is doing it better than these two.
People decided they no longer wanted to live with those who weren’t exactly like themselves.
A people “whose sole attribute was that they had been murdered, and whose murders served a clear purpose: to teach us something.”
And lessons for the present.
The noted author swings by to talk about the perils and the promises of human mortality.
Dara Horn’s Eternal Life.
The novelist Dara Horn discusses the use of Jewish tradition and history in her own fiction, the relationship between studying literature and creating it, her. . .
Dara Horn’s newest novel, A Guide for the Perplexed, is a high-stakes thriller married to an intensely moving meditation on history, memory, and the possibility. . .