Michael Chabon, one of the Clog’s many wonder boy literary Jew crushes, the man who won a Pulitzer Prize for keeping us hog-tied inside an airtight vessel, haunted by dreams of Harry Houdini as we smuggled our way out of Nazi-invaded Prague and into the cartoon business of New York City, is indulging us in a free talk next week.

Chabon will be in conversation with Professor of Hebrew and Comparative Lit Robert Alter on Thursday, March 18 at 7 p.m. Wheeler Auditorium. Tov, toda, UC Berkeley Jewish Studies program. We personally can’t wait.

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Michael Chabon – Berkeley Seminars In Modern Jewish Culture Lecture [UC Berkeley Events]