Man Booker Prize-winner and our great chronicler of Jewish life
revisits 'shakespeare's THE Merchant Of VENICE, as part
of the hugely exciting Hogarth 'shakespeare project. Howard
Jacobson’s modern retelling of 'shakespeare’s classic play bends
time to its own advantage as it asks what it means to be a father, a
Jew and a merciful human being in the modern world.
Howard Jacobson is the author of six novels and four works of
non-fiction. His last novel, The Mighty Walzer, won the Everyman
Wodehouse Award for comic writing.
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