Since the beginning of the war, I have spoken twice to Aharon Appelfeld, the celebrated Israeli novelist and Holocaust survivor whose book, "Blooms of Darkness," has sold over a million copies. He is sort of secluded in his home in a little ... Huffington Post, 1 month ago
By AARON HOWARD • (Schocken) Distill. Prune. Edit. Telling a story is no simple matter. Words must be well- chosen, accurate and truthful. Novelist Aharon Appelfeld expresses how a writer gets to this clarity through his character, Ernst, in ...Jewish Herald-Voice, 1 month ago Book Review: Aharon Appelfeld's Suddenly, Love Jewish Herald-Voice, 1 month ago
This is a book review by guest author, Merle Molofsky, who is a psychoanalyst, poet, playwright and educator in New York City. The Story of a Life by Aharon Appelfeld, translated from the Hebrew by Aloma Halter. Aharon ...Psychology Today, 2 weeks ago
Adam Tsekhman during filming of Tsili. Adam Tsekhman wasn't supposed to be an actor. When the Torontonian transferred to the University of Pennsylvania, he was focused on finance. It was idle curiosity that led him to an Orthodox Jewish theatre ...Canadian Jewish News, 2 weeks ago
Two icons of peace and conciliation in the Middle East, Queen Rania of Jordan and Israel's outgoing president, Shimon Peres, are at bitter loggerheads in this week's WorldPost. While Peres speaks of Israel's "moral heritage" and the undisputed right ...Huffington Post, 1 month ago
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