Like an amputee, Poland belatedly suffers the phantom pain of its Jewish losses by Konstanty Gebert The Jewish publishing boom in Poland, which started during the last years of the Communist regime when Jewish topics were still taboo, continues unabated. New books-from academic history to popular fiction-are published each month, and most bookstores have a […]

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