By JAY NEUGEBOREN
Sneak a look at the opening of 1940.
By ALICIA SUSKIN
The universality of the character of Jonah.
Composed Fury of a Spinozist
By AMOS OZ
An encounter with
Prime Minister Ben-Gurion leaves a remarkable impression on Oz.
Jews and the
By DAVID GANTZ
A spectacular visual history of the Jewish graphic novel. Seriously;
Images of Fragility and Strength
By ALIZA OLMERT AND
A nicely chosen collection of visual narratives from our friends at Sh'ma.
By R. B. KITAJ
Kitaj's manifesto is smart, funny, provocative, and literate. Amazing prose by
a truly great artist.
By ETGAR KERET
Keretís short story offers a reflection on the High Holidays and domestic
The Life of
By ROBERT PINSKY
A choice selection from Pinsky's latest book.
Case for Democracy
SHARANSKY WITH RON DERMER
President Bush loves this book, but how about you? Try on this excerpt for
The Story of a
By AHARON APPELFELD
Appelfeld tells of his dramatic escape from the Old Country, and his flight
to Israel. A horrifying yet beautiful read.