Dara Horn is a scholar of Hebrew and Yiddish literature and the author of five novels, most recently Eternal Life (W.W. Norton & Company, 2018).
Dara Horn’s new novel, Eternal Life, is out today. We caught up with her and asked her 18 questions.
Ozick is as marvelously demanding, harrumphing, and uncompromising as she has always been.
Of the many varieties of anti-Semitism, or anti-Judaism, that have plagued the Jews over the centuries, two recurrent general patterns can be identified by the holidays that celebrate triumphs over them: Purim and Hanukkah.
A new exhibit explores the vanished world and unseen photographs of Roman Vishniac.
Economist Bryan Caplan thinks parents “overcharge” themselves when it comes to investing in their children. Glückel of Hameln knew better.
Literary masterpieces that double as works of prophecy have been rare since the death of Isaiah. But the Yiddish poet Jacob Glatstein wrote two novellas that foreshadowed the future of Jewish Europe.
The author of Life of Pi trivializes the Holocaust.
Were Saul Bellow and his friend Isaac Rosenfeld the last Jewish intellectuals of their kind?