Philip Roth experiments with reality.
Gary Shteyngart's satiric look at globalization, petrol politics, and the obsession with Jewish continuity.
Esther Singer Kreitman was a published author, but she was overshadowed by her brothers.
David Bezmozgis' hilarious--and profound--tales of an immigrant family in Canada.
Jonathan Safran Foer's 9/11 novel explores the dialectic between absence and presence.
One of the most beloved writers of Yiddish literature, his work inspired the hit musical "Fiddler on the Roof."
Beyond the settler movement.
Since the beginning of modern Zionism, some Jews have stood in opposition to it.
Maimonides' theological principles were never unanimously embraced.
Smaller but more committed, the movement is seeing vibrant, sometimes divisive debate as it navigates between tradition and change.