Slavko Goldstein and Charles Simic in Conversation at Barnes & Noble

1941: The Year That Keeps Returning is Slavko Goldstein’s astonishing historical memoir of that fateful year when his father was taken away by Croatian fascists. Goldstein blends the story of his father’s arrest and subsequent disappearance with the broader history of Yugoslavia during World War II.

Poet and frequent New York Review contributor Charles Simic, who has written the introduction to 1941, will join Slavko Goldstein for a conversation about this important new book.

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Photo of Slavko Goldstein by Ratko Mavar

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