Grief of Others

"The Grief of Others" by Leah Hager Cohen was the most recent book selection. This installment of the Book Club ended with the Globe's first page-to-screen event: The sold-out Boston premiere of the film version of "The Grief of Others," which happened on May 13 at the Brattle Theatre. It featured a screening and discussion with both the author and the filmmaker, Patrick Wang. Thank you to all those who attended!

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Book review: "The Grief of Others" by Leah Hager Cohen

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