Agnon or Herzog?
He positions himself not as a subtly ironic modernist but as a humble, heartbroken preserver of memory.
A Tom Thumb rabbi and a blood libel.
A kinship between the artist and the outlaw.
The art of annotation.
An author who upended his own parables.
Fish that turn into frogs, a dead count, and halakhic humor.
A member of the Rothschild family finds himself in a small shtetl for the Sabbath.
Abraham Isaac Kook and S. Y. Agnon
“The Etrog,” newly rendered into English.
The daughter of S.Y. Agnon, and the guardian of his legacy.