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The $100,000 prize, a program of the Jewish Book Council, was announced Tuesday.
Good literature is supposed to rattle your cage. Roth’s fiction discomfited us, and for that reason he is worth celebrating.
Best-selling author Olga Tokarczuk wins 2018 award for "Flights" but came under attack in 2014 for "The Book of Jacob."
Adam Kirsch explores the unanswerable: Is there such a thing as Jewish literature?
By GLENN C. ALTSCHULER
Natasha Solomons’s latest novel features a wealthy Jewish dynasty at the outbreak of World War I.
Sebastian Faulks’s latest novel features an American researcher and a Moroccan teen exploring French complicity in the Holocaust.
By ELAINE MARGOLIN
Satirist Karl Sharro’s latest book is short, sweet and hilarious
By AMY SPIRO
Marco professed to be an active resistance player in the Spanish Civil War when he wasn’t a resister of any sort. His deceptions were believed by millions worldwide.
Mary Morris’s novel tells the story of crypto-Jews, whose descendants uncover their secret hundreds of years later.
By AARON LEIBEL
Seventy years later, Leyb Rashkin’s Yiddish stories have been translated into English.
By MIRIAM KATES LOCK
Moshe Sakal's first novel translated into English is a clunky, sprawling tale of diamonds, love and Israeli history.
By BEN FISHER
The age of the dictator has not passed, alas, and demagogues are having their day.
By MATTHEW PRICE
It is an imaginative journey of the path someone might take while trying to find their own soul.
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