Jewish treasures of the Ashmolean
Rebecca Abrams picks 22 artefacts from the Ashmolean museum's collection that tell untold Jewish stories
Man who provided Harold Pinter with a love nest
Children's books: Wolves and mummies
Red Famine: Stalin's War on Ukraine
A Jewish-Asian love affair
Anthony Horowitz: Alex Rider's return
A horrible man and the Hollywood casting couch
Book review: The Choice
Eva Burke is moved by a survivor's story
Before Harvey Weinstein, there was Jack Warner. Jenni Frazer reviews a book about an unpleasant movie mogul and his brothers
Book review: Prelude to a Certain Midnight
Gerald Kersh was a best-selling author in the 1940s, but his work is now forgotten. David Herman hails a reissue for a new generation.
Monday, October 9, 2017
Book review: The Word is Murder
Alan Montague enjoys Anthony Horowitz's latest novel — which features a character called Anthony Horowitz
Anne Applebaum's latest book outlines the casual cruelty that Stalin displayed towards an entire nation
Inspired by Israel's jackals
Children's author Inbali Iserles was inspired by the jackals that howled in the forest outside her grandparents' kibbutz
Tuesday, October 3, 2017
Simon Schama: Speaking for the dead
Jenni Frazer interviews historian Simon Schama as the second volume of history of the Jewish people is published
William Sutcliffe: Imagining Gaza in London
What if the Gaza strip were relocated to Camberwell? Angela Kiverstein meets an author tackling big questions for young adult readers
Monday, October 2, 2017
Book reviews: Children's round up
Angela Kiverstein with the best of the latest children's book releases
Monday, September 18, 2017
Book review: Leaving Lucy Pear
'This often erotic book is full of revelations, tension and excitement.'
Book Review: Dinner at the Centre of the Earth
'A dark, profound meditation on the state of Israel and also a gripping thriller, full of twists and moral ambiguity, it is an absolute joy to read.'
Michael Rosen: growing up in the 'non-Zionist bubble'
Children's writer Michael Rosen has written a book about his very Jewish - but very irreligious - childhood. Lee Harpin met him.
Thursday, September 14, 2017
A very Jewish literary festival at Cliveden
Simon Schama and Hannah Rothschild are on the programme for a brand new literary event
Thursday, September 7, 2017
Integration for Jews preceded tragedies
The experiences of Rothschild and Disraeli could have changed Britain, but history records a series of missed opportunities for others
Book review: Basket of Deplorables
David Herman enjoys Tom Rachman's smartly satirical tales.
Monday, September 4, 2017
Madness, anxiety and poetry
Joanne Limburg reviews two new collections of poetry
Monday, August 21, 2017
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