INSIDE Fall Literary Guide November 2013
Claudia Roth Pierpont takes the measure of the great novelist who enraged the Jews.
Ari Shavit’s history of Israel, a kind of cry of the heart, raises the existential questions that have come to define the state of Zionism today.
Alisa Solomon looks at the deep imprint made by ‘Fiddler on the Roof,’ as the 50th anniversary of the show’s Broadway debut nears.
In two memoirs, from Paris to Kabul, Phyllis Chesler and Nancy K. Miller chart exotic adventures that helped form them.
A roundup of children’s books range from the serious (coping with breast cancer) to the multicultural (Chanukah and Diwali).