Michael Chabon’s The Yiddish Policemen’s Union is a strange, brilliant book that readers will find difficult to classify. Is it a Zionist Da Vinci Code? A work of alternative reality in the manner of Philip K. Dick? A hard-boiled mystery novel? A grand literary effort in the high style? It is, in fact, all these things, and more.
Back in 1995, The Washin…
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