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get-ticketsSunday, November 10, 7:30pm, Dryden Theatre
FREE, Tickets Required
(NOTE: The RJBF brochure incorrectly lists this as a paid event, please disregard.)

Daniel_OzDaniel Oz

Further Up The Path
(BOA Editions, 2019)

In conversation with Jessica Cohen & Aviya Kushner

The new collection by Daniel Oz, Israeli-born musician and the author of four books of Hebrew poetry and micro-fiction, is published by Rochester’s BOA Editions. Presented bilingually with a new English translation by Man Booker Prize-winning translator Jessica Cohen, these brief fables engage with vast concepts about human nature. Further Up the Path offers no answers, moralizing, or conclusion: only an uneasy bewilderment with the paradoxes of the human—and animal—condition.

Moderator Aviya Kushner is a translator, poet, and author of highly praised The Grammar of God. She is The Forward’s language columnist and associate professor at Columbia College Chicago.


This event is made possible by a grant from the Max and Marian Farash Charitable Foundation


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