Antonia Fraser’s diary and Harold Pinter’s (temporary) homecoming.
The treacherous interplay of anti-Semitism and its sneaky twin, philo-Semitism.
Literature from the secular mudflats.
And thoughts on being a Jewish novelist.
It was widely reported this month that a professor in Texas had “decoded” the strange language spoken in Gulliver’s Travels. He did no such thing.
The most polished writing andsharpest analysis in the Jewish world.