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Researchers Piece Together Jewish Text Lost Centuries Ago, Using Algorithms
'I Apparently Got the Last Interview That Philip Roth Ever Gave'
The Israeli Who Dared Write a Novel About Jews and African Slave Trade
Author Anne Berest Was Afraid of Her Jewishness. Then She Received This Postcard
Author Anne Berest Was Afraid of Her Jewishness. Then She Received an Unusual Postcard
Antisemitic Author’s Manuscripts Are Setting France’s Literary Scene on Fire
Antisemitic Author’s Manuscripts, Worth Millions, Are Setting France’s Literary Scene on Fire
The Best Science-fiction Author to Read This Year
Cracking the Mystery of Elie Wiesel's Holocaust Memoir 'Night'
His Path as a Jew Led Him to Jesus
Never-before-seen Franz Kafka Drawings Go on Display
Literature Is No Picnic
A ‘Nazi Love Story’ About a Mass Murderer Who Got Away
Instead of Food, They Smuggled Books Into the Vilna Ghetto
The Doctor Who Treated Hitler's Hysterical Blindness
Peaceful and Arab-free: How a 19th Century Jewish Merchant Envisioned Israel in 2040
A City of Salt, Peace and No Arabs: How a Jewish Merchant in the Russian Empire Envisioned Israel in 2040
Adin Steinsaltz, a Key Player in Judaism’s Oldest Conflict
Anne Sinclair Sheds Light on Forgotten Concentration Camp — and Painful Family Story
Why Kafka Wanted to Be Forgotten by Having His Manuscripts Burned
Reviving Haim Gouri: 'Seeing and Hearing, With No Option but to Speak Out'
Reviving Israel's Great Poet Haim Gouri: 'Seeing and Hearing, With No Option but to Speak Out'
Coronavirus Quarantine Reading List: 15 Best Apocalyptic Books to Read Now
Ex-Shin Bet Chief Predicts Israel's Future: Either Bad, or Very Bad
What if Mossad Agents Had Caught Hitler in the Amazon Rain Forest?
Rare Kafka Letters in Hebrew Reveal Writer's Deep Love for the Language
Rare Kafka Letters in Hebrew, Finally Returned to Israel, Reveal Writer's Deep Love for the Language
After Decade-long Legal Battle, Kafka's Never-before-seen Diaries Unveiled in Israel
After Decade-long Legal Battle, Vaults Open: Kafka's Diaries Unveiled in Israel
Philip Roth’s Possessions Are Being Sold Off. Here Are the Most Interesting
Philip Roth’s Possessions Are Being Sold Off. Here Are Nine of the Most Interesting Ones
Franz Kafka, Max Brod Manuscripts, Taken Illegally a Decade Ago, Returned to Israel
Germany to Return Stolen Max Brod Manuscripts to Israel
Pulitzer Prize Winning Jewish Author Herman Wouk Dies at 103
Novel on Muslim-Jewish Scholar’s Quest Wins Prize for Jewish Literature
Novel on Muslim-Jewish Scholar’s Quest Wins $100,000 Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature
Swiss Vaults Holding Kafka's Unpublished Manuscripts to Be Handed Over to Israel
Battle Over Kafka's Estate Ends: Swiss Vaults Containing Unpublished Manuscripts to Be Handed to Israel
The Palestinian-Jewish Author Rocking America's Literary Scene
Marvel Superhero Creator Stan Lee Dies at 95
Eva Hoffe, Original Heiress of Kafka Letters, Dies at 85
Eva Hoffe, Original Heiress of Kafka Letters Forced to Give Them to Israel’s National Library, Dies at 85
The Son Kafka Never Knew He Had
‘Fiddler on the Roof’ as You've Never Heard It Before – in Yiddish
‘Fiddler on the Roof’ as You've Never Heard It Before
How Israel Censored Erotic Literature in the 1960s
Lesbian Love Out, Prostitution In: How Israel Censored Erotic Literature in the 1960s
Author David Grossman Wins the 2018 Israel Prize for Literature
The Holocaust Is Still Relevant to French Literature: An Interview With Eric Vuillard
Russia, Israel to Digitize Epic Collection of Hebrew Manuscripts
Soon We'll Be Able to Look at a Treasure That the Russians Have Kept From Israel for 100 Years
Lena Dunham: Work of Israeli Poet Helped Me Connect to Judaism
Lena Dunham: Work of Israeli Poet Yehuda Amichai Helped Me Connect to Judaism
Nicole Krauss's New Novel: If Kafka Met Dante in an Israeli Desert
An Urgent, but Outdated, Message for the Trump Era
Naomi Klein's 'No Is Not Enough': An Urgent, but Outdated, Message for the Trump Era
The Essential Grossman: Six Books for Understanding Israel’s First Man Booker Prize Winner
The Essential David Grossman: Six Books for Understanding Israel’s First Man Booker Prize Winner
David Grossman Calls on Israel to Avoid Cutting Arts Budget
David Grossman, Fresh Off Man Booker Award, Calls on Israel to Avoid Cutting Arts Budget
Israeli Author David Grossman Wins Man Booker International Prize
Author Idra Novey Wins 2017 Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature
Did a Famed Kabbalist Foresee Israel's Troubled Future?
Did a Famed Kabbala Scholar Foresee Israel's Troubled Future?
The 7 Best New Books About the Holocaust, as Recommended by Scholars
What if the Jewish State Had Been Created in East Germany?
Harry Potter Haggadah Hits #1 on Amazon's Judaism Best Sellers List
Was Hitler Inspired by America's Race Laws?
Was Hitler Inspired by Racist American Laws?
Jami Attenberg's New Heroine: The anti-Jewish Mother
Author Jami Attenberg's Newest Heroine Is the anti-Jewish Mother
How Louis Kahn Might Have Transformed Jerusalem
How Louis Kahn Became a Monumental Architect - and Nearly Transformed Jerusalem
Bernard-Henri Levy Uses Judaism to Showcase His Activism
Bernard-Henri Levy Uses Judaism's 'Genius' to Showcase His Political Activism
A Holocaust Historian and 'Shoah Jew' Haunted by the Past
Writing About the Holocaust Has Rarely Been More Resonant