The rabbi is a book lover. So it was an innocent question when he asked his congregant what she was reading, tucked ever-so-discreetly between her palms, as she sat in a chair in a synagogue hallway. Was that a bead of sweat trickling down her brow? Was she trying to hide the...
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November 11, 2004 | 7:00 pm
"Meritocracy: A Love Story," by Jeffrey Lewis. (Other Books, $18).
"Dancing With Einstein: A Novel," by Kate Wenner. (Scribner, $24).
"When She Sleeps," by Leora Krygier. (The Toby Press, $19.95).
The memory of the Holocaust has haunted the Jewish imagination for three...
October 14, 2004 | 8:00 pm
"I'm just so tired," Israeli author Orly Castel-Bloom says. She's not speaking about the effects of her recent flight into Paris, where she has come to deliver some lectures. Nor is it the interviews she has given since landing earlier in the day, although that has zapped her, too....
December 18, 2003 | 7:00 pm
What do four Jewish American writers talk about when they sit down together to discuss their craft? If the program, "The Next Generation of Jewish American Writing," held at the Skirball Cultural Center earlier this month is any indication, the answer is that they try as hard as they...