From Karl Marx to the early Zionists.
The paradoxes of liberation and renewed persecution.
How the artist was influenced by his hometown.
A new book on the slaughter in Kishinev.
Nikolai Freudenstein/Yuri Felsen.
“Above all a Jewish artist.”
A teenaged boy skips his violin lessons.
When Jews did fight back in 1903, anti-Semites blamed them for instigating violence.
Mendele Mokher Seforim’s The Mare.
Deified by their Soviet readers, Arkady and Boris Strugatsky are beginning to find increasing numbers of readers in America.
Sorkin, Dvorkin, Rivkin . . .
What You Did Not Tell Me.
The Günzburg collection.