And his longtime collaborator, Hyman Hurwitz.
A great Yiddish writer reflects on what, exactly, the novel is for.
Why a BDS activist shouldn’t get a prize named for Nelly Sachs.
In The Smoke, the latest from the British writer Simon Ings, “Bundists” turn into grotesque shape-shifters. The implications are at once unclear and unsettling.
“Being Jewish, Sefton Goldberg . . . ”
The (fictional) Jewish prisoner who brought about Solzhenitsyn’s conversion.
Albert Cohen: Zionist, novelist, and lawyer.
A letter from recently opened archives of the great writer makes clear how seriously he took the language, and by extension a possible move to Palestine.
Pankaj Mishra takes on Primo Levi.
The myth of Lydda returns.
Three literary responses to one biblical book.