Sameer Rahim / December 17, 2018
Robert Alter's new translation of the Hebrew Bible draws out the literariness of the text. He speaks to Prospect about why he decided to do a new edition, the act of translation, and what the Bible...
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Maya Goodfellow / November 29, 2018
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