“The vividness and beauty of the language emerge in a fresh way... with evocative simplicity.”—Robert Alter
Eye-opening accounts of heroic resistance to religious extremism.
The Bhagavad Gita, the Song of the Lord, is an ancient Hindu scripture about virtue, presented as a dialogue between Krishna, an incarnation of God, and the warrior Arjuna on the eve of a great battle over succession to the throne.
Winner of the National Jewish Book Award, a seminal work of history on immigrant Jewish life in early twentieth-century New York.
"A potent wakeup call to pluralists in the coming showdown with Christian nationalists."—Publishers Weekly, starred review