If you overlook her many tattoos, you might mistake her for an early Israeli settler on the beach in Tel Aviv.
He was an original, an individualist, both in his life and his work.
“I knew I was a Jew because they would not let me forget I was a Jew,” Ellison once said.
For decades, the U.N. has held Israel to a different human rights standard than the one it sets for any other country.3
“If no one had told me anything about the world, I would have invented boyfriends, sex, friendships, art. I would not have invented child-rearing.”
It’s a book I didn’t know I wanted, one that makes me wish that Mary McCarthy and Nora Ephron were around to write and direct a movie version.
Krauthammer’s direct experience of the Old World gave unusual depth to his historical awareness.4
Passengers on board the St. Louis fleeing Nazi Germany discover both cultural displacement and loss in Armando Correa’s “The German Girl.”
Award-winning journalist and former Forward staffer, Allison Yarrow discusses her new book “90s Bitch” about media treatment of women in the 90s.
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