Moth: The Long Ukrainian Winters
Nobel Laureate and chemist Roald Hoffmann was a very young boy when the Third Reich came through his town in southeast Poland. Barely old enough to understand the danger and tragedy of his circumstances at the time, Hoffmann’s story is one of courage, fear, salvation, and renewal. WSF teams up with what The Wall Street Journal calls “New York’s hottest and hippest literary ticket,” The Moth, for an innovative series of unpredictable storytelling.
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Recorded June 2011; Posted September 2011