Rich Cohen (born July 30, 1968) is an American non-fiction writer. He is co-creator, with Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger and Terence Winter, of the HBO series Vinyl.
Rich Cohen (born July 30, 1968) is an American non-fiction writer. His works have been New York Times bestsellers, New York Times Notable Books, and have been collected in the Best American Essays series. He lives in Ridgefield, Connecticut, with four sons, Aaron, Nate, Micah and Elia.
Jews in Christian America book. Cohen also considers how separationism evoked differences of opinion among Jews and how it affected Jewish-Christian relations.
Rich Cohen is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Tough Jews, The Avengers, Monsters, and (with Jerry .
Rich Cohen is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Tough Jews, The Avengers, Monsters, and (with Jerry Weintraub) When I Stop Talking, You’ll Know I’m Dead. Cohen has won the Great Lakes Book Award, the Chicago Public Library’s 21st Century Award, and the ASCAP Deems Taylor Award for outstanding coverage of music.
Rich Cohen's book creates a vibrant portrait that offers reasons Israel-surrounded by those . Rich Cohen does not try to present a comprehensive history of the Jews. He picks his spots and delivers an easy to read, quirky history lesson of the Jews and their quest for a homeland
Rich Cohen's book creates a vibrant portrait that offers reasons Israel-surrounded by those who want to exterminate it-deserves to survive. Ron Rosenbaum, author of Explaining Hitler. Rich Cohen is the author of Sweet and Low (FSG, 2006), Tough Jews, The Avengers, The Record Men, and the memoir Lake Effect. He picks his spots and delivers an easy to read, quirky history lesson of the Jews and their quest for a homeland. The experience was very enjoyable.
Cohen never answers the question nor tells us much about the country today. In a 244-page narrative, Israel is born on Page 176. Nor does it occupy much of the remaining text. A final chapter in which Cohen belatedly emerges into the 21st century and explains why Jews - or, indeed, anyone - should support Israel’s continued existence is short, sentimental and unconvincing, while his catalogue of its failings - occupation, settlements, occasional massacres of Palestinians, bombing Gaza and Lebanon - is compelling evidence for the prosecution that goes largely unchallenged.
Rich Cohen books constitute a genre unto themselves: pungent, breezy, vividly written psychodramas about rough-edged, tough-minded Jewish machers who vanquish their rivals, and sometimes change the world in the process. In The Christian Science Monitor, critic Chris Hartman called the book "masterful and elegantly written. a cautionary tale for the ages". In The Washington Post, James Auley.
For Rich Cohen, who grew up in suburban Illinois in the 1980s taunted by the stereotype of Jews as book-reading rule followers, the very idea of the Jewish gangster was a relief; for once, a Jew in jail did not have to be a white collar criminal. With a clear eye and a comic sensibility, Cohen looks beyond the blood and ultimately encounters each of these ruthless killers’ matzo-ball heart. Tough Jews shows what can happen when a member of the tribe combines brains, heart, and a dangerous determination never to back down
Jeremy Cohen's command of the subject-from the Gospels to Mel's . It is a book which is fascinating, frightening, and important.
Jeremy Cohen's command of the subject-from the Gospels to Mel's Gibson's Passion-is magisterial. Jeremy Cohen offers a highly readable examination of the myth from its inception almost two thousand years ago to its continued potent effects today. It will be of interest to both the specialist and the lay reader.
Cohen did and spent several months travelling around Israel entertaining troops. And like Leonard Cohen, we have returned.
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