Post­ed by Nao­mi Firestone-Teeter

Van­i­ty Fair explores the next gen­er­a­tion of Jew­ish authors:

Thir­ty years ago the Amer­i­can Jew­ish fic­tion of Philip Roth and Saul Bel­low was all about Yid­dish insults, blonde shik­sas, and get­ting away from the past. Today’s tal­ent­ed crop of young Jew­ish writ­ers, such as Nathan Eng­lan­der, Michael Chabon, and Dara Horn, are weav­ing tales bound in a new­found eth­nic pride that has revi­tal­ized Jew­ish lit­er­a­ture in America.

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