August 27, 2010, 4:42pm
This Week in Forward Arts and Culture
Benjamin Ivry retrospects to the work of surrealist painter Felix Nussbaum.
Philologos unpacks the reference to Cordoba in “Cordoba House.”
Joel Schalit sends a letter from Berlin about living in “Eurabia.”
Jerome A. Chanes reads Robert Alter’s reading of the King James Bible.
Forward Editor Jane Eisner reviews Sharon Pomerantz’s debut novel “Rich Boy,” a book about Philadelphia Jews from the wrong side of the tracks.
Joshua Furst goes to see Randy “The Ethicist” Cohen’s play, “The Punishing Blow” (which he previously wrote about for The Arty Semite, here).
On The Sisterhood, Sarah Seltzer puts together a ‘Women’s Equality Day’ reading list and weighs in on the fracas over Jonathan Franzen’s new novel and The New York Times’ reviewing practices.
If you missed our “3 Alicias 3” event on August 24, you can watch the video here.
And on the Forverts Video Channel, Alex Dafner reports from Australia’s “Yiddish Melbourne” radio show:
Yiddish Melbourne - SBS Yiddish Radio Program from Forverts on Vimeo.
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