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  • Der Tunkeler lists his top pet peeves. We suspect you might share some with him. Translated by Ri Turner.
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  • Two poems by Leyzer Wolf that use the language of folktale to denounce fascism.
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  • By Rosa Nevadovska, translated by Merle Bachman. A poet's perspective.
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  • Poems by Israel Emiot. Translated by Leah Zazulyer
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  • by Sore Reyzen, translated by Ri J. Turner
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  • The second selection for the 2019 Great Jewish Books Book Club
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  • I don’t remember what year I met Zishe Landau. It is also unclear to me whether it was late in autumn or early in spring.
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  • Roger Sherman, director of the documentary In Search of Israeli Cuisine, discusses the film, which offers a portrait of the Israeli people told through food.
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  • What we can learn from stamps and card catalogs
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  • By Fradel Shtok, translated by Jordan Finkin and Allison Schachter. “Look, son, this is it, your big chance . . .”
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