March 9, 2008

Notes from Around the Web

I sure wish I'd been one of the bloggers whom, Ron Hogan reports on Galleycat, the 92nd Street Y invited to a lecture featuring Bernard-Henri Lévy. At least I caught Hogan's account on the event, during which, Hogan says, BHL "weighed in on the ways that anti-semitism has reconfigured itself for the 21st century."
Hadara Graubart takes a close look at Jewish Living magazine for Nextbook.
In the New York Times Book Review, Thomas Mallon offers a thoughtful appraisal of Irène Némirovsky's early fiction.

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