Erica Brown

Why the Long Face?

David Grossman's newest novel, winner of the Man Booker International Prize, is an arresting, disturbing read with no obvious punch line but one long face.

Inconceivable

Two new books push readers to examine the phenomenon of childlessness in the Jewish tradition and modern Jewish life.


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