Jews in Book Reviews - NY Times Book Review - 5 major reviews of books about Jews

I can't recall a Sunday NY Times book review with 5 of its major reviews about books concerning Jews. Daphne Merkin, Aharon Applefeld, and three more.



Diving Into Hell: A Powerful Memoir of Depression

In “This Close to Happy,” Daphne Merkin explains her struggles with depression with insight, grace and excruciating clarity.


The Rise of Brooklyn, What’s Wrong and What’s Right

Kay Hymowitz’s “The New Brooklyn” looks at the transformation of Brooklyn over the last several decades and complicates our understanding of gentrification.
How David Became Goliath: The Secret of Israel’s Military Success

4 3 2 1 By Paul Auster 866 pp. Henry Holt & Company. $32.50. When Kate Atkinson’s “Life After Life” was published in 2013, it felt like something new, a wildly inventive
January 31, 2017 - By TOM PERROTTA - Books - Print Headline: "Parallel Lives"

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