Jewish literature flourished in Ukraine in the late 19th and early 20th century.
Gangsters, beggars, prostitutes and other inhabitants of Jewish Odessa.
Giving Jewish women a voice.
These women use diaries, memoirs, fiction, and poetry to express their Holocaust experience.
Defining Jewish self-hatred is, like most matters in Jewish life, subject to debate.
A novel by Philip Roth.
A Poet in Exile
To this author and social critic, Israeli identity comes first.
Stories reflect pride in Jewish identity
Classic books continue to inspire new generations.