Jacobo’s Rainbow is an historical literary novel set primarily in the nineteen sixties during the convulsive period of the student protest movements and the Vietnam War. It focuses on the issue of being an outsider-the ‘other’-an altogether common circumstance that resonates with readers in today’s America. Written from a Jewish perspective, it speaks to universal truths that affect us all.
Thursday, October 28
8pm EDT | 7pm CDT | 5pm PDT
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About the Author
David Hirshberg is a pseudonym—a name he chose in honor and memory of David Streger, his father-in-law, and William Hirshberg, his maternal grandfather. Historical literary fiction is his genre; there is not a single character or situation from his life that appears in any of his novels. It is all invention. In addition to the two novels noted above, he is working on a third – A Bronx Cheer – which is likely to be published in 2022.