Invisible Dreamer: Memory, Judaism, and Human Rights
A celebrated author, editor, critic, and poet explores the intersections between the role of memory, the struggle for human rights, and the changing definition of Jewish identity. How do the ethical perspectives of Judaism shape a commitment to human rights? What does it mean to be a Jew in Latin America?
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"Chile, that long stretch of land that poets have blessed and dictators abused," begins Agosin in this expansive anthology concerning creative writing and human rights. A poet, translator, critic, and ... Read full review
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