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Debut Fiction and the Holocaust: When Fiction Steps in for History

Hosted By: Valley Beit Midrash

How does a novelist approach a historical subject as overwhelming as the Holocaust? What decisions go into jettisoning history, or the reverse, hewing closely to it, when writing a historical novel? Join a conversation with a debut novelist, Martha Anne Toll, to discuss how these considerations and more went into writing THREE MUSES.

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