Part of «First Person: Jewish Stories, Jewish Lives» series.
When she broke away from Orthodox Judaism, Tova Mirvis left her marriage and the way of life she’d always known. The bestselling novelist of “The Ladies Auxiliary, The Outside World,” and “Visible City,” Mirvis speaks with columnist Marjorie Ingall (Tablet Magazine) about her moving new memoir, “The Book of Separation,” and her new life in the secular world. Book signing and reception to follow.
Presented by the Center for Jewish History, The American Jewish Historical Society (AJHS) & Jewish Book Council