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Golf course graves and Wiesel’s latest

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We noted yesterday that Jewish gravestones had been found on the golf course at Long Island’s Woodmere Club. Today, photographer Ahron D. Weiner presents his photographs of some of the stones. Our book critic Adam Kirsch reflects on Elie Wiesel’s Rashi, and the ways in which the influence of the 11th-century sage is still felt today. In a essay occasioned  by the play The Soap Myth, now playing off-Broadway, Marissa Brostoff assesses the tensions that arise between survivors and scholars of the Holocaust. All this, and The Scroll all day long.

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