In Simone Zelitch’s imaginary Judenstaat, the flag resembles Auschwitz uniforms, German beats Yiddish, and the Soviets – unsurprisingly – are the bad guys.
Amos Oz’s first novel in over 10 years considers the contemporary meaning of Judas in the nascent Jewish state.
Was cultural life in Nazi Germany as unidimensional and controlled as we have been led to believe? A new survey suggests that the situation was far more complex.
Epicurean author Elissa Altman links sustenance to serious feeling in ‘Treyf,’ her new memoir about growing up as the only child of dysfunctional Jewish parents.