How does literature serve as both an escape from reality as well as a lens back onto ourselves and the challenges we face in difficult days? TRADITION’s editor R. Jeffrey Saks discusses these questions with Sarah Rindner, an instructor of literature at Lander College who recently relocated to Israel with her family. She writes frequently on the intersection of English and Hebrew literature with Jewish life and Torah study.
Saks references an article in the TRADITION Archives: “The Best That Has Been Thought and Said by R. Lichtenstein About the Role of Literature in Religious Life”
[Published on April 19, 2020]