Please join CJP’s Jewish Learning and Engagement Commission for a riveting evening with award-winning novelist and literary scholar Dara Horn.
The author will discuss her book, Eternal Life, a story of regret, obligation, and endless love that chronicles the fate of two young lovers condemned to live forever.
Discover more about the book, find our Resource Guide, and read an interview with the author at jewishboston.com/readon.
There is no charge for this event, but space is limited and pre-registration is highly recommended.
For more information or special accommodations, please contact Stacey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-457-8694. This event is mobility accessible. ASL interpretation will be provided.
Doors open at 7:00 p.m. | Program begins at 7:30 p.m.
Transportation is available from the North Shore and the South Area. Email email@example.com if you are interested. See more below about how to reach the venue.
- Back Bay Station: servicing Commuter Rail, Amtrak, and the Orange Line. Located on Dartmouth Street between Stuart Street and Columbus Avenue, and on Clarendon Street near Columbus Avenue.
- Copley Station: servicing the Green Line. Located at 640 Boylston Street at 230 Dartmouth Street.
- Arlington Station: servicing the Green Line. Located at 300 Boylston Street at 20 Arlington Street.
Discount* parking is available at the Garage at 100 Clarendon, conveniently located just one block from BBEC.
*Bring your parking ticket with you and have a BBEC representative stamp it to receive proper discount.
Dara Horn is an award-winning novelist and literary scholar. She received her Ph.D. in comparative literature from Harvard University in 2006, studying Hebrew and Yiddish. She has written five books, three of which were selected as an Editor’s Choice in The New York Times Book Review. Dara has taught courses on Hebrew and Yiddish literature at Sarah Lawrence College, City University of New York, and at Harvard University, where she held the Gerald Weinstock Visiting Professorship in Jewish Studies. She has lectured at more than 200 universities and cultural institutions throughout North America, in Israel, and in Australia. Dara lives in New Jersey with her husband and four children.