The acclaimed author was gassed at Auschwitz at 39 years old. She also wrote novels that were rife with anti-Semitic slurs and stereotypes. Diane Cole reviews “The Némirovsky Question” by Susan Rubin Suleiman.
If you chart the history of dream writing, you get a map of ideas about fate and individual agency through the ages. With a few notable exceptions, the ancients and medieval Europeans saw dreams as divine messages; spaces in which you might learn about the destiny assigned to you. In Native American