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Lexington Institute of Jewish Studies

Founded in the early 1980s, the Lexington Institute of Jewish Studies (LIJS) is the fruit of a longstanding collaboration between the Adult Education committees of Temple Isaiah and Temple Emunah. The LIJS provides classes in Jewish history, the Bible, sacred Jewish text and Judaic culture and is open to the entire community regardless of affiliation.

Fall 2018 Program
Selected Short Stories of Shmuel Yosef Agnon,
Israel’s Nobel Laureate in Literature 

Teachers: Michael Bohnen and David Link
Dates: Wednesdays, October 17, 24, and 31, November  7 and 14
Time: 7:45 pm Kosher refreshments; 8:00 pm  class
Location: Temple Emunah, 9 Piper Rd, Lexington, MA
Fee: $75

During the course we will read and discuss six short stories of Shmuel Yosef Agnon in English translation. Participants will be asked to read one or two short stories and one article prior to each session. All the stories (except one) are in A Book That Was Lost: Thirty-Five Stories. The articles (and one extra story) will be available via Dropbox. Learn More/Register for Fall 2018 Program

Please register by sending a note with your name, email and phone number, and a check payable to the Lexington Institute of Jewish Studies to: Bob Frankel, 3 Kimball Road, Lexington, MA 02421.

Thu, October 18 2018 9 Cheshvan 5779