INSIDE Literary Guide Fall 2010
In a Newark playground, who shall live and who shall die?
First English-language biography of Sarah Bernhardt in decades captures her complicated life.
In reworking Henry James’ ‘The Ambassadors,’ Cynthia Ozick strikes a chord for America against a post-Shoah Europe.
Elie Wiesel’s new novel explores themes of memory, justice and journalistic ethics.
Gal Beckerman’s book provides much-needed coherence to the history of the Soviet Jewry movement.
From illustrator Al Jaffee to the Cairo Genizah to a portrait of ‘Young Tel Aviv.’
The latest fare — from teen food to leek terrine — courtesy of Susie Fishbein, Jamie Geller and Joan Nathan.