Jews and Words, by Amos Oz and Fania Oz-Salzberger
Yale University Press, 232 pages, $25
A lively, often charming combination of history, mythical narrative, illuminating literary analyses, and jokes, this book of “conversational essays” between father and daughter gives us a particular overview of how two self-described Jewish atheists' approach and interpret what it...
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