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Raphael Halff

Raphael Halff is currently in exile for two years in a very hot Siberian equivalent, where he is steadily making enemies over his case for Neo-Biblicalism, his alternative to both Do-ism and Zionism. He looks forward to publishing his magnum opus-to-be, "Neo-Biblicalism: Polygamy and Concubinage as the Answer to the Jewish Question," and has already completed the first chapter, "Acknowledgments," which has undergone no less than 23 drafts—just a minor example of his perfectionism and devotion to factuality. He is currently without even one wife and according to his closest friends, miserable.

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Review

Review of Sutzkever Essential Prose, translated by Zackary Sholem Berger

Raphael Halff

Halff offers a specific and detailed critique of the translation, while also acknowledging that in this book, filled with Sutzkever’s metaphors, imagery, and motifs, “wonders await.”

Texts & Translation

אַ שאלה

A Problem

Joseph Opatoshu

Translation by Zeke Levine and Raphael Halff

Short story from Milgroym issue 6 

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