The silence of A.M. Klein.
Cora Wilburn’s Cosella Wayne.
“Utterly different from anything published in the Jewish world until then.”
“More than any other country, Israel must live.”
A great Yiddish writer reflects on what, exactly, the novel is for.
The Idiom and the Oddity.
“Being Jewish, Sefton Goldberg . . . ”
Sasson Somekh vs. the “woke” version of Mizrahi history.
A simple protagonist and a very, very complicated people.
Dark days for Jews in literature.
Disillusionment with Communism went hand in hand with an embrace of Jewishness.
A new volume highlights the work of Saul Bellow’s friend and lover.