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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."
Despite great headway since independence from colonial powers, there remains room for improvement.
By JULIA ALTMANN/THE MEDIA LINE
The Gulf nation endeavors to change the culture of oral storytelling into one of reading.
By TARA KAVALER/THE MEDIA LINE
Sometimes it's really important not to judge a book by its cover.
By JOY BERNARD
As educators in Israel ponder how to revitalize English Lit in our schools, they have some tough choices to make.
By PAMELA PELED
I was delighted to read that you've published another novel. I thought you were dead years ago!
By DVORA WAYSMAN
Rachel Barenbaum’s debut novel follows the lives of four Russian Jews in 1914, desperate to escape the war closing in around them.
By ELAINE MARGOLIN
Yiddishpiel, Primo Levi and young diplomats.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
His career’s great fault-lines would not be the universal ones that run between generations, but the social and political cleavages that are unique to the Jewish state.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Babel was a highly respected writer of genius who, while a supporter of the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution, presented a reality that the Soviet regime deemed secular heresy.
By ELI KAVON
For Zaray to stand up for herself and her country, for the six parents to stand for unity, first, each had to know where they stood in the world.
By GIL TROY
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