Focusing on these indomitable and sometimes troubling women, Fought has written an engaging book that is compelling, sometimes even fierce.
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Denis Johnson’s spiritual vision was dark and more than a little scary but also supremely generous.
George Prochnik’s biography of Gershom Scholem is flawed, but well worth reading, especially for those struggling with their Jewish and Israeli identities.
These well-crafted stories are not for the faint-hearted.
May this superb biography, The Invention of Angela Carter, spark more interest in this amazing writer, especially in the United States.
This is the work of an extremely talented writer whose prose is spare and exact and has an authenticity that marks him as the real thing.
Reading William Trevor will enrich you in ways you cannot imagine.
Two books — one nonfiction, the other fiction — that deal with Jewish history.
Wondering about what to give the arts and culture lover on your gift list? Some suggestions.
A splendid, absorbing read in which you feel as if you’ve been dropped onto the set of a Mozart opera.