In the late ’70s, I carried a beeper when it was my turn to be on call for a rape-victim helpline. One evening I had it clipped to my jacket during a faculty meeting at the community college where I taught. One of my male colleagues saw it and asked, “What’s that?” He addressed me...
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Author Naomi Ragen has appealed her plagiarism conviction to the Israeli Supreme Court.
Ragen’s attorney said in the appeal document that the verdict has destroyed the Israeli author’s life, according to Haaretz, which on July 5 quoted from the document: “The ruling branded...
December 12, 2011 | 10:45 am
Israeli author Naomi Ragen lost a plagiarism suit regarding her best-selling book “Sotah.”
The Jerusalem District Court ruled Sunday that Ragen, a Jerusalem-based writer, was in breach of copyright with “Sotah” because parts closely resembled the 1990 book “Growing Up with My...