The End of the Jews

Monday, July 21, 2008

Adam Mansbach’s new novel, The End of the Jews, tells the stories of a young Jewish man in the 1930s, and a young Czech woman in the 1980s.

Event: Adam Mansbach will be in a conversation with Keith Gessen, hosted by
Tuesday, July 22 at 7 pm
45 Main Street, Suite 613, (corner of Front Street)
DUMBO, Brooklyn


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Comments [2]

naomi dagen bloom from Harlem

Isn't this a novel? Isn't Mansbach using this as an idea to string other musings onto? "Portnoy's Complaint" was fiction also.

Thought this was a wonderful, stimulating exchange between Lopate and the writer. Thanks!

Jul. 21 2008 07:03 PM
Steve G from Kew Gardens

Why do you let the slander about 'Jewish-owned slave ships' go unchallenged. This one was debunked long ago and many times over.

Time to stop throwing creampuffs and actually engage with the mis-statements and biases of your guests.

Jul. 21 2008 01:21 PM

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