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Jewish Book Week


Podcasts from the annual festival of arts and ideas held in London, UK.

Apr 12, 2018

Racial and religious prejudice, persecution and the complexities of assimilation, forced 19th and 20th century writers and thinkers such as Kafka, Proust, Zweig, Némirovsky and Roth, to confront their Jewish identities in profound and often controversial ways. Our panel, writer George Prochnik, Professor Susan Suleiman, and curator of European collections at the NLI, Stefan Litt, elucidate. 

Sponsored by the National Library of Israel