Books with a Jewish twist

The best of writing by Jewish authors, and the most intriguing Jewish literary characters.
Confusing, disorientating, neurotic and classically Kafka.
The Trial, Franz Kafka
Franz Kafka
The Trial
George Eliot's last novel paints a sympathetic picture of the Jewish experience in Victorian England.
Daniel Deronda, George Eliot
George Eliot
Daniel Deronda
James Joyce made Leopold Blum the main protagonist in his epic novel.
Ulysses, James Joyce
James Joyce
British playwright Julia Pascal's contemporary take on themes of Jewish history and identity.
The inspiration for Fiddler on the Roof.
Sholem Aleichem
Jew­ish Chil­dren
Sholem Aleichem
Jewish Children
Does what it says on the tin.
The Story of the Jewish People, Martin Gilbert
Martin Gilbert
The Story of the Jewish People
Not her diary, but the definitive biography of Anne Frank.
Anne Frank, Francine Prose
Francine Prose
Anne Frank
English literature's most famous and controversial Jewish character.
William Shakespeare
The Mer­chant of Venice
William Shakespeare
The Merchant of Venice
The first (and maybe best) in Harry Kemelman's outstanding Rabbi Small series.
Friday The Rabbi Slept Late, Harry Kemelman
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