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Summer 2015 presents the first outing for A. B. Yehoshua’s novel The Extra, plus an interview with the author, pitched against academic luminary Professor George Steiner. Oliver Sacks recalls falling in love with Eilat and Israel’s kibbutz dream of the 1950s, while Hadley Freeman goes all smoochy over 1980s movie Crossing Delancey. Madelyn Cohen Travis asks why teenaged Jews can’t see themselves in books, and welcomes new British-Jewish Young Adults novel This is Not A Love Story, while Göran Rosenberg asks why Diaspora Jews need Israel. We introduce our very own JQ cartoonist, Marf, whose illustrious career includes the Evening Standard and The Week, and New York Times’ theatre critic Matt Wolf gives us a Jewish guide to the season…


The Jewish Quarterly is a London-based journal of essays, reviews and opinion, now in its sixtieth year.  It presents a vibrant Jewish perspective on contemporary ideas and culture. Continuing the best of the Jewish intellectual tradition, the The Jewish Quarterly is loved for its fine writing, rigorous thinking, wit and wisdom.

A typical JQ reader? Anyone, from any background, with an open and inquisitive mind.

Such a lot of must-reads in each issue and a brilliant choice of themes.  Simon Schama

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