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Today on Tablet

Grossman revised, lizards galore, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, contributing editor Daphne Merkin argues that critics are going too far in connecting Israeli novelist David Grossman’s personal tragedy with that described in his new novel. Columnist Etgar Keret talks about lizards, and you know what? He makes it work. Contributing editor David Kaufmann reviews philosopher Stanley Cavell’s memoir. Liel Leibovitz highlights an Israeli program for handicapped youth that was founded by a teenager. The Scroll will get around to founding something one of these days.

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