Strangers in Berlin by Rachel Seelig
Seelig’s new book explores the city of Berlin during the Weimar period as a “transit station” for Jewish literature written in German, Yiddish, and Hebrew.
Apr 26, 2017
“To what might the yard have been compared?”
“Ach, the things a poor tailor has lived to see! We live in times when the coats go around making themselves.” A review of a recent translation of Kulbak’s Zelmenyaner.
Oct 11, 2015