Reporting to their compatriots on the state of our nation and national character, recent intellectual visitors from overseas have for the most part repainted in...

Freedom’s Deadly Fruit In The Morning Light. by Charles Angoff. Beechhurst. 736 pp. $4.50.   In The Morning Light is the second of Charles Angoff’s books about the Polansky family,...

DAN JACOBSON here evokes for us the painful inner distress of the man of good will, brought up among the fires of race hatred, who...

I was four years old when I came down with scarlet fever and complications. For a long time I lay dazed, and then my mind...

The Making of Prodigies Ex-Prodigy: My Childhood And Youth By Norbert Wiener Simon and Schuster. 309 pp. $3.95   One of the famous exhibits in the 19th century’s showcase...

Midwest American Always The Young Strangers. by Carl Sandburg. Harcourt, Brace. 445 pp. $5.00.   If we look back at Henry James’s ironic and affectionate portrait of The American, we...

The problem of the offspring of the Jewish-Gentile marriage is not so different in England from what it is here, as we can see by...

From Shlomo Katz’s fiction and autobiographical reminiscences the perceptive reader may draw, as from few other writers, a representative picture of the inner and outer...

When a rich Jew chooses to die in the middle of the summer with the rabbi away on vacation, when this final discourtesy crowns a...

C. Berkeley Cooks, Jr., has been in Wall Street, handling various posts for banking and investment houses, for twenty-five years. As he relates in this...

As the daughter of a doctor in the thriving and MD-respecting Jewish community of Brooklyn, Helen Ratnoff Plotz grew up in the chambers of royalty,...

On a Hazardous Frontier Pioneer’s Progress: An Autobiography. by Alvin Johnson. Viking. 413 pp. $5.00.   “I am no prophet but an American extrovert addicted to the notion that an...