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Daily Jewce: Palestinian Document Summary, No Twitter in Egypt, Hitler’s Bodyguard, Adam Levin And More

Daily Jewce: Palestinian Document Summary, No Twitter in Egypt, Hitler’s Bodyguard, Adam Levin And More
By January 26, 2011

Today in news: attempting to summarize the 1,600 leaked Palestinian documents, Twitter is banned in Egypt, Hitler’s former bodyguard can’t sign any more autographs and more. Read More

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Gal Beckerman And Cynthia Ozick Among The 2010 National Jewish Book Award Winners

Gal Beckerman And Cynthia Ozick Among The 2010 National Jewish Book Award Winners
By January 11, 2011

The folks at The Jewish Book Council just announced the winners of the National Jewish Book Awards. Cynthia Ozick and Gal Beckerman are among the big winners. Read More

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Which Big Book Will Keep You Safe?

Which Big Book Will Keep You Safe?
By January 4, 2011

The battle to find out which large Jewish work of fiction was the best wasn’t settled. The one that would stop a bullet was. Read More

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Jewcy Top 10 Fiction Books Of 2010

Jewcy Top 10 Fiction Books Of 2010
By December 21, 2010

We admit that 2010 was Jonathan Franzen’s year, but there were a bunch of books we liked a whole lot more. Read More

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Daily Jewce: Israeli Facebook Party, Bob Dylan Plays A HarpAdam Levin Speaks And More

Daily Jewce: Israeli Facebook Party, Bob Dylan Plays A HarpAdam Levin Speaks And More
By November 24, 2010

Today in news: An Israeli film goes for an Oscar, Bob Dylan plays a harp, Adam Levin interviewed and more. Read More

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Battle Of The Big Jewish Books: Joshua Cohen Vs. Adam Levin

Battle Of The Big Jewish Books:  Joshua Cohen Vs. Adam Levin
By November 8, 2010

Joshua Cohen reviewed Adam Levin’s “The Instructions” for the New York Times Sunday Book Review. Nothing strange about that, except Cohen wrote a really big book about Jews and so did Levin. Did things get awkward? Read More

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Adam Levin Guest Posts On The Jewish Influence In The Instructions

Adam Levin Guest Posts On The Jewish Influence In <i>The Instructions</i>
By November 3, 2010

Post #2 by the author of the largest book of Jewish fiction to come out this year discusses the influence Judaism had on “The Instructions.” Read More

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Guest Post: Adam Levin, Author Of The Instructions

Guest Post: Adam Levin, Author Of <i>The Instructions</i>
By November 1, 2010

The chance to savor 1,000 + pages of a book that brings to mind a strange hybrid of David Foster Wallace and Philip Roth as an angsty Jewish kid in the Chicago suburbs, is one that we really suggest nobody miss out on. Adam Levin was the man who took up the challenge of writing that book, and he will be guest blogging for us over the next week. Read More

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