Today on Tablet
Post-Jewish lit, very Jewish lit, and more
Today in Tablet Magazine, Marissa Brostoff reviews The Instructions, the 1,000-plus-page McSweeney’s opus from debut novelist Adam Levin, which seeks to birth a post-Jewish literature. Senior writer Allison Hoffman reports on the latest fad: B’nai mitzvot honorees asking for donations in lieu of gifts. Books critic Adam Kirsch revisits I.B. Singer’s newly reissued The Magician of Lublin. Sabina England, a deaf woman who identifies as a Muslim atheist, has some interesting words on Park51. The Scroll will continue cramming things into the short week.