Bashevis Singer: Centennial Celebration at Oakton!
is the centennial
celebration of the master storyteller Isaac Bashevis
Singer, who in 1978 became the seventh American to be awarded the
Nobel Prize for Literature.
"Becoming an American Writer: The Life and Works of Isaac
Bashevis Singer," which commemorates the birth in Poland of
the master storyteller, is a multifaceted program of public readings,
panels, exhibitions, and workshops exploring Singer and the immigrant
literary experience. Supported by the National Endowment for the
Humanities and produced with cultural institutions nationwide from
February 2004 to January 2005, stayed tuned for Centennial celebration
events at Oakton!
Singer resources in
the Oakton Library