College of Arts and Humanities

Literary Luncheon with Patricia Friedberg


Date: Saturday, March 9, 2013; 11:30am
Location: University Clube of Winter Park (841 N. Park Ave., Winter Park, FL)
Cost: $35 individual, $280 for a table of 8

The American Association of University Women presents a spring Literary Luncheon with author and journalist Patricia Friedberg

Friedberg will discuss 21 Aldgate, her best-selling novel of one Jewish woman's story during the London Blitz in World War II.

British-born author Patricia Friedberg grew up in London during WWII. She attended the Henrietta Barnett School and later the London School of Journalism. Soon after her marriage, the Friedberg's left England to live for many years in South Africa and in the Rhodesias - now Zambia and Zimbabwe, where Dr. Friedberg practiced medicine and where she was a journalist and writer of documentaries for the Rhodesian Newspapers and Rhodesian Television.

Due to civil unrest and for the safety of their children, the family came to America where Mrs. Friedberg attended university and wrote columns for community and organizational papers and hosted a television talk show People of the Book for an NBC affiliate in Milwaukee. Friedberg is also a composer and choreographer and host of the NBC talk show.

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