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Tag Archives: Herman Wouk
The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Jerusalem Post as well as wire services and other newspapers all managed to leave Zionism out of their summations of Wouk’s life. Except that Zionism is what guided his life.
ARUTZ SHEVA Burying Herman Wouk and burying his Zionism by Moshe Phillips May 22, 2019 Herman Wouk, the famed novelist who first became a household name for his 1951 Pulitzer Prize winning The Caine Mutiny died last week nearly 70 … Continue reading
“Even more unusual for a writer of Wouk’s celebrity was his Orthodox observance and treatment of Jewish religious practice in his writing”
JTA Herman Wouk, legendary author who brought Judaism into the mainstream, dies at 103 by Rachel Gordan May 17, 2019 Herman Wouk, the bestselling Orthodox Jewish author whose literary career spanned nearly seven decades and who helped usher Judaism into … Continue reading
Bestselling author Herman Wouk (“The Caine Mutiny,” “The Winds of War,” “War and Remembrance”), now 102, recently published his latest book, “Sailor and Fiddler.” Though reclusive, the Pulitzer Prize-winner invited correspondent Tracy Smith to his Palm Springs home, and talked … Continue reading
TABLET Herman Wouk, the American Jewish Writer who wrote huge best-sellers and wasn’t especially neurotic by Adam Kirsch January 7, 2016 …Why is it, then, that the American Jewish writers who were most successful, whom we now regard as classics, … Continue reading