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« Wednesday April 18, 2012 »
Start: 7:00 pm
The creator of Israel’s groundbreaking sitcom Arab Labor, celebrated novelist and columnist Sayed Kashua (Let It Be Morning) shares his Bernstein Prize-winning new novel. One of Jerusalem’s best Arab criminal attorneys is living and thriving in the Jewish part of town. But when he finds a love-letter in his wife’s handwriting between the pages of a used book, he hunts for the other man, pulling at the strings that hold all their lives together.
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