M.P. Shiel’s The Lord of the Sea.
A resounding rejection of accusations of Jewish ossification.
Explaining the “mental disease” of anti-Semitism.
A singular defender of the West, who sought the restoration of reason as its crowning achievement.
“The least anti-Semitic country in the world.”
What a new biographical novel misses.
A complicated history.
He laid the problems of the Middle East at the feet of the dictators who brutalized the Arab people.
Hill 24 Doesn’t Answer.
And their translator’s ambivalent attitude toward Jews.
Bayard Rustin: Quaker, Zionist, and friend of Golda Meir.
A new book threads together a web of connections.
Anti-Semite or philo-Semite? The master spy novelist’s final mystery.