“Nemesis is unlike anything that Philip Roth has ever written. Humor is an absence and God a presence.” Today we are re-reading Michael Kimmage’s review of Philip Roth’s last novel, Nemesis.
How did the Jews become modern? Three new books trace the roots of Jewish secularization.
Five leading Jewish thinkers discuss the continuing impact of the American melting pot.
Whither the great anti-American novel?
What music businessman Morris Levy craved even more than the recording artists themselves were the copyrights and catalogues the labels contained. “Copyrights don’t talk back,” he liked to say.