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Ayn Rand.

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Ayn Rand.

Judith Rosenbaum on Anita Diamant's "The Red Tent" Thumbnail

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Judith Rosenbaum on Anita Diamant's "The Red Tent" thumbnail.
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Judith Rosenbaum on Anita Diamant's "The Red Tent"

This Week in History: On October 1, 1997, Anita Diamant published her bestselling novel "The Red Tent." Judith Rosenbaum discusses the enduring impact of Diamant's feminist interpretation of this biblical story.
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This Week in History: On October 1, 1997, Anita Diamant published her bestselling novel "The Red Tent." Judith Rosenbaum discusses the enduring impact of Diamant's feminist interpretation of this biblical story.

Sara Riwka B'raz Erlich

Sara Riwka B’raz Erlich’s vivid writing draws inspiration from her work as a psychiatrist, her Jewish heritage, and her experiences in South America and Israel.

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Thumbnail from video of Steve Benson speaking about when Alice B. Toklas and Gertrude Stein moved in together. This Week in History: On September 9, 1910, Alice B. Toklas moved in with Gertrude Stein. Steve Benson considers how this turn-of-the-century power couple made their home a focal point for a generation of writers and artists.
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Thumbnail from video of Steve Benson speaking about when Alice B. Toklas and Gertrude Stein moved in together. This Week in History: On September 9, 1910, Alice B. Toklas moved in with Gertrude Stein. Steve Benson considers how this turn-of-the-century power couple made their home a focal point for a generation of writers and artists.

Steve Benson on Alice B. Toklas and Gertrude Stein Moving in Together

This Week in History: On September 9, 1910, Alice B. Toklas moved in with Gertrude Stein. Steve Benson considers how this turn-of-the-century power couple made their home a focal point for a generation of writers and artists.
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This Week in History: On September 9, 1910, Alice B. Toklas moved in with Gertrude Stein. Steve Benson considers how this turn-of-the-century power couple made their home a focal point for a generation of writers and artists.

Lisa Batya Feld on Dorothy Parker

This Week in History: On August 22, 1893, Dorothy Parker was born. Lisa Batya Feld points out that despite her reputation for cynicism, Parker fought passionately for social justice throughout her life.
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This Week in History: On August 22, 1893, Dorothy Parker was born. Lisa Batya Feld points out that despite her reputation for cynicism, Parker fought passionately for social justice throughout her life.

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Frances Kroll Ring, 1916 - 2015

“Grandma, was F. Scott Fitzgerald anti-Semitic?”

“Of course not. Not when I knew him, at least.”

Grandma, known to the rest of the world as Frances Kroll Ring, was F. Scott Fitzgerald’s last secretary and personal assistant before he died. She knew a lot about Fitzgerald, but she knew a lot about many things by the time she died. She was 99 years old. 

Frances Kroll Ring

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Editor and memoirist Frances Kroll Ring (1916 – 2015).

Courtesy of JoJo Jacobson.

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Editor and memoirist Frances Kroll Ring (1916 – 2015).

Courtesy of JoJo Jacobson.

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