Review: Being Jewish And Doing Justice

By Stephen Frosh, April 11, 2011

By Brian Klug
Vallentine Mitchell £40


Interview: Johanna Adorjan

By Jessica Elgot, April 4, 2011

Johanna Adorján's grandfather survived Mauthausen concentration camp and her grandmother's parents were murdered by the Nazis in Budapest. Both grandparents fled Stalinism in Hungary and made a new life in Denmark. And then, one Sunday in 1991, they took their own lives using a cocktail of drugs; a suicide pact that meant one would never have to live without the other.


Review: The Death of Eli Gold

By David Herman, April 4, 2011

By David Baddiel
Fourth Estate, £18.99


Interview: Esther Freud

By Anthea Gerrie, March 31, 2011

She was not brought up with religion, but when suddenly asked if she was Jewish at the age of 12, Esther Freud instinctively said: "Yes".


Review: Memories After My Death

By Geoffrey Paul, March 28, 2011

By Yair Lapid (Trans: Evan Fallenberg)
Elliott & Thompson, £18.99


Review: Eight White Nights

By Moris Farhi, March 16, 2011

By André Aciman
Atlantic Books, £14.99


Review: Zigzag

By Clive Sinclair, March 16, 2011

By Anthony Rudolf
Carcanet, £9.95


Review: I Shall Not Hate

By Jonathan Wittenberg, March 11, 2011

Izzeldin Abuelaish
Bloomsbury, £16.99

This humbling, courageous and important book goes straight to the heart.

On January 16, 2009, during Operation Cast Lead, three of Dr Izzeldin Abuelaish's daughters, Bessan, Mayar and Aya, together with their cousin Noor, were killed by Israeli shells.


A Life Rewound: Memoirs of a freelance Producer and Director

By Jeremy Isaacs, March 11, 2011

Bank House Books, £20


33 Revolutions Per Minute: A History of Protest Songs

By Paul Lester, February 25, 2011

By Dorian Lynskey.
Faber, £17.99