The boy who would not run.
In praise of an unfashionable literary master.
He wrote about the greatest story of all.
City Boy: an urban Jewish Tom Sawyer.
A great Jewish writer, and the underappreciated depth of one of his most popular novels.
Reading Marjorie Morningstar in the synagogue on Sabbath afternoons.
The rare writer focused on success rather than dysfunction.
The best-selling Jewish novelist turns one-hundred next week.
Critics routinely dismiss Herman Wouk's Marjorie Morningstar as lowbrow literature; but no other American work of fiction has so successfully told the story of a. . .