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Factual Fiction

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Today in Tablet Magazine, contributing editor Josh Lambert examines the undeniable trend of Jewish writers of fiction leaning heavily on historical research, including of translated documents, in their work. He traces this tendency to the broader Jewish imagination’s reliance on the past but also, even more, to the pervasive influence of M.F.A. creative writing programs.

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