Spies, Betrayal, And Some Really Good Food In ‘Dinner At The Center Of The Earth’

Spies, Betrayal, And Some Really Good Food In ‘Dinner At The Center Of The Earth’
Nathan Englander’s latest tells the fraught history of Israel and Palestine with quotidian details that make the story feel not historically accurate, but historically intimate.

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