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Zeek: Russified Boston Release Event and Reading

Zeek: Russified Boston Release Event and Reading
By April 10, 2008

Join Zeek: A Jewish Journal of Thought and Culture for a full night of performances, readings, and music by some of Boston’s leading young writers and musicians. Our lineup is a who’s who of the young literary scene in Jewish … Read More

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Zeek: Russified Downtown Release Party

Zeek: Russified Downtown Release Party
By April 6, 2008

Zeek: Russified For the release of Zeek’s Russified Spring issue, Zeek will be hosting a number of events in March and April. Salon & Performance March 23, 2008 The Jewish Museum, 1109 5th Ave at 92nd St, 3.30 – 5 … Read More

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Zeek: Russified Downtown Release Party

Zeek: Russified Downtown Release Party
By April 6, 2008

Zeek: Russified For the release of Zeek’s Russified Spring issue, Zeek will be hosting a number of events in March and April. Salon & Performance March 23, 2008 The Jewish Museum, 1109 5th Ave at 92nd St, 3.30 – 5 … Read More

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Watercycle

Watercycle
By April 1, 2008

Birth. Soul. Spirit. Death. All cycles of life are overlapped in Gina Grafos‘ life and in work. Raised in a Jewish, evangelical Christian, Greek Orthodox family, Grafos’ perception of belief was left quite askew. Her work now deals with the … Read More

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Yiddish Poems by Boris Karloff

Yiddish Poems by Boris Karloff
By April 1, 2008

Mastermind It seems clear that all is gone, All in all and one by one, Yet pretending it doesn’t matter Greeting with a smile all kind Seems considerably better, Never mind!… The voice grows gray Metallic sound Recalling souls nowhere … Read More

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Yiddish Poems by Boris Karloff

Yiddish Poems by Boris Karloff
By April 1, 2008

Mastermind It seems clear that all is gone, All in all and one by one, Yet pretending it doesn’t matter Greeting with a smile all kind Seems considerably better, Never mind!… The voice grows gray Metallic sound Recalling souls nowhere … Read More

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The Russification of Jewish-American Fiction

The Russification of Jewish-American Fiction
By April 1, 2008

What would our Passover Seders have been like without our unfortunate brethren suffering under the Soviet yoke? “In every generation,” our Haggadahs insisted, “we must think and feel as if we had personally come out of Egypt.” But it was … Read More

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The Russification of Jewish-American Fiction

The Russification of Jewish-American Fiction
By April 1, 2008

What would our Passover Seders have been like without our unfortunate brethren suffering under the Soviet yoke? “In every generation,” our Haggadahs insisted, “we must think and feel as if we had personally come out of Egypt.” But it was … Read More

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