The New American Haggadah assembled by Jonathan Safran Foer with translation by Nathan Englander is causing a big stir. One of the most erudite challenges to the NAH’s purpose and accomplishments is by Leon Wieseltier in the Spring 2012 issue of Jewish Review of Books. My own modest glance at the book, consumer oriented, can be found via the link given below:
"Jason's strength is that he does not consider that the ordinary must remain ordinary, but imagines rather that the ordinary very likely conceals the beauty and truth of our lives."
--Dave Smith, The New England Review