A novella by the late Israeli writer.
Haim Hazaz’s “The Sermon.”
Y.H. Brenner “sanctified his life through his death and his death through his life.”
Sholem Aleichem meets Quentin Tarantino.
S.Y. Agnon’s “Mistake.”
S.Y. Agnon, Solomon ibn Gabirol, and “The Sign.”
Three literary responses to one biblical book.
The great Ḥayyim Naḥman Bialik’s “Scroll of Orpah” retells the story of the book of Ruth from another perspective.
Ancient Israelite authors “totally eclipsed their neighbors.”
To the great Hebrew writer S.Y. Agnon, balance is all—and imbalance, as in the novel Only Yesterday, a devastating calamity.
From Iowa to Silicon Valley.