Jewish literature

The master of Jewish letters on what to do if you’re sick of baking bread and reorganizing your closet.

Oct. 9 2020 12:01AM

Medieval Spain produced many Jewish geniuses. The poet and philosopher Solomon Ibn Gabirol, born 1000 years ago, wrote poetry that is still sung in synagogues all over the world.

Aug. 11 2020 12:01AM

Sympathetic to Israel and hostile to the radical left, Roth was not always the rebellious Jew.

Jesse Tisch
July 10 2020 12:01AM

“The ever-resounding links of the golden chain.”

Sarah Reisen and Eli Jany
May 15 2020 12:01AM

Zalman Shneour.

Mikhail Krutikov
May 13 2020 12:01AM

Hersh Nomberg, Zalman Shneur, and the plight of the “plucked” hero.

Ri J. Turner
May 4 2020 12:01AM

Moshkele the thief.

Sholem Aleichem
April 20 2020 12:01AM

The silence of A.M. Klein.

Carmine Starnino
March 31 2020 12:01AM

“Utterly different from anything published in the Jewish world until then.”

Chava Turniansky
Dec. 16 2019 12:01AM

“More than any other country, Israel must live.”

Alvin Rosenfeld
Dec. 2 2019 12:01AM

A great Yiddish writer reflects on what, exactly, the novel is for.

Isaac Bashevis Singer
Nov. 22 2019 12:01AM

The Idiom and the Oddity.

Henry Abramson
Oct. 16 2019 12:01AM