The evening will explore Anne Frank's legacy and Holocaust literature today, and is being presented in conjunction with the Public's production of Rinne Groff's Compulsion, which is inspired by Meyer Levin, the journalist and screenwriter who helped publicize the existence of Anne Frank's diary.
Groff will be one of the featured guests, with participants also including author Francine Prose, novelist and short story writer Nathan Englander, and literary critic Ruth Franklin.
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