Forest Dark is dazzling and promises insight into, among other things, contemporary Israel, but in the end it doesn’t deliver.
Translated by Israeli POWS.
Soldier in art.
“Can it be that ours is the century in which the Jews perish?”
There is no neutral or “universal” way to read—or exhibit—the Bible. What, then, can an American museum of the Bible strive to accomplish?
A translator reminisces.
A complex network of pipes.
Anyone expecting to find a politicized museum dedicated to hot-button “culture-war” issues needs to look elsewhere than the new Museum of the Bible.
An excerpt from The Ruined House.
To this great novelist, Zionism was the best answer to the Jewish question.