Don Quixote of Moscow In the Workshop of the Revolution. by I. N. Steinberg. Rinehart. 306 pp. $4.00.   Would anyone dare to suggest that our age is—of all things—an...

Perhaps never before has the “question” of American education been discussed so widely and with so much heat as it is being discussed today. The...

A duck’s life at best may not be very much, but Mrs. Klein’s duck, benefiting from a fortunate concurrence of geography and the Jewish laws...

Warner Bloomberg, Jr. is not the only Jew ‘ who has ever worked in a steel mill; indeed, a number of Jewish fellow students from...

Alexander Isbakh is (perhaps was) a Jewish fiction writer, critic, and journalist whose language is Russian, and who lives in Soviet Russia. Born Isaac Abramovich...

S. T. Hecht, our correspondent from Reedville, N. J., which lies west of the Hudson and not far from Hackensack, reports once again on the...

June the first was our day of peace. It came in that year with all sunshine and the windows open and the neighbor’s radio. It...

Sylvia Rothchild’s grandfather was one of the millions who left the hard life of 19th-century Europe to find a new life, by no means easy,...

Morris Freedman introduced Madame Vishnak to us in the April 1953 COMMENTARY (“Madame Vishnak and the Victrola”). Here that lady appears once more, still embodying...

This reminiscence of his youth by an English economist and civil servant who writes under a pseudonym evokes the tragedy of all those who try...

In The March 1953 issue of COMMENTARY, the British writer Emanuel Litvinoff told us of the problems he faced as the Jewish husband of a...

The Integrity of George Orwell Such, Such Were The Joys. by George Orwell. Harcourt, Brace. 230 pp. $3.50.   Each time another posthumous book by Orwell appears one is depressed...