Two plays portray powerful, sinister Jews with ill-gotten riches—and no small number of anti-Semitic stereotypes.
The song of Moses, an anti-Semitic play, and the power of obligation.
Two princes from complicated families reflect on life’s futilities.
The St. Crispin’s Day seder.
Hath not a Jew seykhl?
Hath not a Jew costumes?
Can Measure for Measure help explain the biblical book?
Changing the past.
Leaving the fold.
To Be or Not to Be.
And thoughts on being a Jewish novelist.
Shylock Is My Name.
What’s so bad about coveting your neighbor’s donkey?
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