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The Art of the Restaurateur

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Everything you ever wanted to know about the highs and lows of the restaurant business are charted in Nicholas Lander’s The Art of the Restaurateur. Lander...
My Sister Rosalind Franklin

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Rosalind Franklin was perhaps the 20th century’s most famous woman scientist. Her outstanding abilities as a crystallographer led to the key X-ray image th...
Promiscuous – a Biography of Portnoy’s Complaint

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Portnoy’s Complaint provoked instant, powerful reactions when first published in 1969 and it retains an enduring hold over the imagination today. It bl...
European Diasporists

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Antony Lerman’s The Making and Unmaking of a Zionist: A Personal and Political Journey movingly describes his gradual disenchantment but continuing thought...
The Left and the Jews Since Karl Marx

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Robert S. Wistrich explored the roots of left-wing attitudes to the Jews, Zionism and Israel in a masterful new study of the pathology of antisemitism. He tr...
The Words and Music of Leonard Cohen: Part 1 – Words

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Leonard Cohen has had many incarnations: seen by many as a living musical legend, he has been a novelist, poet, folk singer, and Buddhist monk. Admitting to ...
Live Literary Lounge

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In addition to the 70+ events at the festival, for one day only the lobby of Kings Place was transformed into a hive of experimental wordsmithery. We...
The Words and Music of Leonard Cohen: Part 2 – Music

23/02/2013 -

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Leonard Cohen has had many incarnations: seen by many as a living musical legend, he has been a novelist, poet, folk singer, and Buddhist monk. Admitting to ...
Isaiah Berlin: The Journey of a Jewish Liberal

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Stanford University historian Arie Dubnov reappraises the liberalism of Isaiah Berlin, perhaps the greatest public intellectual of the 20th century. Examinin...
Dilemmas of Difference – German Jews, Jewish Germans

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Four generations after the Holocaust, Europe’s fastest growing Jewish community faces new challenges, from Günter Grass’s anti-Israel poem What Must Be ...
Michael Morpurgo

04/03/2007 - 4:15 pm

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The former children’s laureate presented the awards for the PRIMARY SCHOOLS POETRY PRIZE and the winners read their poems on “Colours”. Michael ...
The Holocaust in Italian Culture

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Fascist Italy was the model for Nazi Germany, and Mussolini Hitler’s prime World War Two ally. Italy was a theatre of war and a victim of Nazi persecution ...