Tablet’s 101 Great Jewish Books List: Discuss
Tablet staffers sound off on our newly-published literary list
This morning we published our list of 101 Great Jewish Books, a project designed to be thought-provoking, conversation-starting, and fine, maybe also a teensy bit controversial.
It’s a great list—the title alone should tell you that—but it’s not a static creation. It’s a dynamic entity, one which will only be made better, and more whole, by the input of our readers. This week on the Scroll, we’ll be featuring thoughts and anecdotes from Tablet staffers and contributors to the list, as well as highlighting particularly fun or interesting reader comments.
Stay tuned for more. And happy reading.
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Philip Berg founded an international network of Kabballah Centres