Notes from Around the Web
Adam Kirsch reviews poet Rachel Wetzsteon’s posthumous book, Silver Roses.
The Boston Bibliophile reviews Howard Jacobson’s prize-winning novel, The Finkler Question.
The Jewish Week reminds me that I have got to get to the Hannah Senesh exhibition at the Museum of Jewish Heritage sooner rather than later.
One take on highlights in Jewish books for 2010, courtesy of Jewish Ideas Daily.
Uri Friedman examines the dilemma observant Jews face concerning reading on the Sabbath in a digital age.
My recent review of a new anthology of Jewish-American fiction has prompted some kind comments, one on the Jewish Journal’s website, and some I’ve received privately. Which I’ve found reassuring, because I suspected that not everyone would like what I had to say.