Literary Guide Fall 2010

Literary Guide Fall 2010

Our annual November book section features some heavyweight fiction from Philip Roth, Cynthia Ozick and Elie Wiesel. Plus, inside the Soviet Jewry movement, a new biography of Sarah Bernhardt and new cookbooks from some Top Jewish Chefs.

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.