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Bette Howland, A Literary Voice Re-Discovered: Memoir Discussion

Hosted By: American Jewish University's Whizin Center for Continuing Education

Saul Bellow called Bette Howland “one of the significant writers of her generation.” Yet, she was almost forgotten from the main stage of American literature, until editor Brigid Hughes corrected this historical wrong, and re-issued Howland’s acclaimed memoir, W-3. Join American Jewish University’s Rabbi Dr. Gail Labovitz, editor Brigid Hughes, and Howland’s son, Jacob, for a discussion of the memoir first published in 1974 and the significance of its relaunch.

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