Oct

21 2018

Etgar Keret: Short Stories with Big Meanings (and Laughs)

11:00AM - 1:00PM  

Robin Rosenfeld Columbia Jewish Congregation
5885
Columbia, MD 21045

http://www.columbiajewish.org

Contact Robin Rosenfeld
robin@columbiajewish.org
http://www.columbiajewish.org

Presented by Cantor Ben Kintisch
CJCS/Oakland Mills HS, 9410 Kilimanjaro Road, Columbia

Etgar Keret has become one of the most famous contemporary Israeli writers of short fiction. His stories, written in Hebrew and translated to English and many other languages, mix regular language with fantastic and surrealistic elements. Fans of “This American Life” may have heard some of his stories over the years. Keret uses humor to examine the absurdities of life in Israel. We will discuss several stories from his collection The Bus Driver Who Wanted To Be God & Other Stories (2004), which will be assigned to read in advance of the class.

For more information and to register, contact Robin, 410-730-6044 or robin@columbiajewish.org.

Community guests are welcome to enroll in class for a fee of $15.