November 6, 2014, 7:30 pm
Albert and Janet Schultz Cultural Arts Hall and Friedenrich Conference Center
Palo Alto, CA
A talk with the author and a tribute to Paul Simon's Graceland with Pacific Boy choir Academy.
Author Neville Frankel presents his book Bloodlines, an apartheid–era novel that raises universal questions about the bond between mother and child, regardless of distance or age, and the limits of tolerance and forgiveness.
Inspired by the author's childhood in South Africa, the harrowing narrative exposes readers to a part of history largely overlooked–that the vanguard of the white South African anti–apartheid movement was heavily Jewish.
Pacific Boychoir Academy will open and close the event with the music of Paul Simon's Graceland.
Tickets: $10 Members, $12 Non–Members
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