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Today in Tablet Magazine, Shalom Auslander looks forward to celebrating Thanksgiving on his own terms.

David Goldman takes in Wagner’s Siegfried, the third installment of the Metropolitan Opera’s Ring cycle, and wonders if he knows too much about Wagner’s musical devices.

Leslie Epstein, who once asked Aharon Appelfeld, author of the new book, Until the Dawn’s Light, why he never wrote an autobiography, finds answers in the novelist’s other works.

Home for the Holiday
Ring of Truth
Child of His Time

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