A Rich Brew.
Max Spitzkopf, the Jewish Sherlock Holmes.
Yiddish literature’s best-known character.
A land where “loving fellow Jews has a mystical significance.”
Translation, retranslation, and un-translation.
Young trees covered in snow, . . . charmingly disturbing,
My quarrel with Berish Zhichliner.
Mendele Mokher Seforim’s The Mare.
The ballebos of the bluegrass.
The Yiddish Magic Mountain.
The most tragic Jewish writer of modern times.