Yale University Press recently published the letters of T.S. Eliot, who, many argue, was the most influential poet of the last century. The problem for us Jews, as ever, is that Eliot was an incorrigible anti-semite. So what do we do?
Last week I wrote about the ongoing battle over Chaim Grade's literary estate. Then on Sunday, The New York Times Magazine had a front-pager on Kafka's estate, which the National Library of Israel wants. But which the descendants of Max Brod, who Kafka gave his papers to and told him to destroy, remain tied up in a ca