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A Place Out of Time: Gregor von Rezzori’s Bukovina Trilogy


<p>May 6, 2012 &nbsp;| &nbsp;Museum of Jewish Heritage &nbsp;| &nbsp;New&nbsp;York&nbsp;City<b><br />
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With&nbsp;Michael Cunningham, Deborah Eisenberg,&nbsp;Daniel Kehlmann,&nbsp;and Edmund White; moderated by Edwin Frank<b><br />
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In the early 20th Century, what is now Chernivtsi, Ukraine was Czernowitz, Bukovina, part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the birth place of the dazzling writer Gregor von Rezzori. For Rezzori, this city was a place full of color and laughter, but also of terrible uncertainty and latent violence, a polarity captured in his Bukovina trilogy Memoirs of an Anti-Semite, The Snows of Yesteryear: Portraits for an Autobiography, and An Ermine in Czernopol. Explore Rezzori&rsquo;s lost worlds and enduring works in a discussion with some of today&rsquo;s finest writers.<br />
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Co-sponsored by&nbsp;<i>Museum of Jewish Heritage&mdash;A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, and New York Review of Books Classics</i>&nbsp;</p>

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