Elliott Bay Book Company Capitol Hill
Tues March 20, 2018, 7 pm
In Mark Sarvas's novel, a man learns of a painting that may have been stolen from his Jewish relatives in WWII-era Hungary. To find the painting, he must mend relations with his father and rediscover his roots. Sarvas, a PEN/America and National Critics Book Circle member, addresses generational trauma and legacies. He will be accompanied at this talk by eminent local author and professor emeritus Charles Johnson.