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Produced by the Michigan State University (MSU) Libraries in cooperation with MSU’s Jewish Studies Program, the travelling exhibit features:
- the full text of Etgar Keret’s short story “Breaking the Pig” in English and Hebrew (reproduced on mounted posters)
- graphic novels, comics, and books
- the film Jellyfish
This exhibit was displayed at the San Francisco Jewish Community Library, March 1-April 29, 2012.
Thanks to Zmora-Bitan Publishers and Toby Press, and to the author, for permission to reproduce and loan the story in poster format. Special thanks to Ellen Rothfeld, MSU Jewish Studies Program.
Exhibit Title Banner
Mounted color title label available (10.5"x24")
The following educational resources are available for use with the travelling exhibit:
- Discussion questions for a visit to the exhibit
- Discussion questions for the story "Breaking the Pig"
Borrowing insitutions must be able to meet accepted national loan standards. Smaller institutions unable to meet the loan standards may consider partnering with another institution, such as an academic or public library, or JCC.
No fee will be charged to the borrower. The MSU Libraries must be credited in the exhibit and on any online or print materials.
Middle East Studies and Anthropology Librarian; Liaison to Jewish Studies & Muslim Studies