Nathan Goldman is a writer of fiction, nonfiction, and criticism and an associate editor for Jewish Currents.
Given the gorgeousness of George Eliot’s own prose, her translation’s eloquence comes as no surprise.
Life at prestissimo requires moments of adagio, even of larghissimo.
Could it be possible that without anthropomorphism, we’re liable to miss the animal anyway?
Uncomfortable though it might be to admit, Heidegger’s thinking is part of the Jewish textual tradition.
Certainly the most delightful, these pieces may also be the most revealing about Benjamin. They foreground the power of unbounded play, which for Benjamin is essential to radical thinking and to the sacredness of stories.
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