At its core, People Love Dead Jews is a meditation on time and identity in which Horn ultimately reasserts the vitality of Jewish life.
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At its core, People Love Dead Jews is a meditation on time and identity in which Horn ultimately reasserts the vitality of Jewish life.BooksMust-Reads for Jewish Women
The novels and stories that capture our imaginations and are close to our hearts.
The novels and stories that capture our imaginations and are close to our hearts.Children Celebrate Passover in Colorful Picture BooksA mouse steals the hametz and alligators enjoy the seder night in delightful holiday picture books for young children.Jewish Pimps and Prostitutes in ‘The Third Daughter’Talia Carner’s historical fiction exposes a little-know piece of Jewish history, the sex trafficking of Jewish women from Russia to Argentina in the 19th century.The Man Who Willingly Went to Auschwitz in ‘The Volunteer’Journalist Jack Fairweather has written a riveting account of Witold Pilecki, a Polish resistance leader who allowed himself to be captured by the Germans, in order to be sentWhat Was So Controversial About ‘The Siege of Tel Aviv’?'The Siege of Tel Aviv' painstakingly imagines an invasion of the Jewish state by five Arab armies, led by Iran—and was condemned on social media for being Islamophobic.Debut Short Story Collections from R.L. Maizes and Julie Zuckerman'We Love Anderson Cooper' by R.L. Maizes and 'The Book of Jeremiah' by Julie Zuckerman continue the rich tradition of Jewish short stories.