Among her favorite books included Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind, written by Israeli historian Yuval Noah Harari.
Grossman was born in Jerusalem in 1954 and studied both theater and philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Juster first discovered his interest in words with the help of Yiddish books in his parents’ house.
It’s likely that only the most zealous of film buffs are aware of the Jewish sides to Mankiewicz’s story. Here’s some of that history.
Prominent writers and authors have made their mark in the world for several reasons. While some write gripping novels, others write to empower or educate those around them.
Mark Lavie’s account of his career as a journalist in Israel
Kugel wrote The Great Shift, written for non-scholars about the changing perceptions of God, the human self, and related topics from the early to late biblical writings.
“The only way to get to the bottom of things is through writing – the words, les mots, la parole (speech). Otherwise, you are always in an artificial situation.
Iconic Israeli playwright Hanoch Levin’s poetry will be celebrated December 23 at 10 p.m. at the bar of the Third Ear, located at King George Street 48.