Moshkeleh the Thief.
Four generations of Blinkens.
A great Yiddish poet’s tale of defiance in the death camps, and a Jaffa cafeteria.
“If Jews had the fortitude to believe in victory over the Greeks, then we could not now surrender our trust in defeating our enemy.”
A fictional peddler reflects on the imponderability of anti-Semitism.
It’s hard to be a Jewish philosopher.
Not much sex in the city.
“The ever-resounding links of the golden chain.”
Hersh Nomberg, Zalman Shneur, and the plight of the “plucked” hero.