Mr. Rubin is the author of two books, several short stories, and numerous essays
for The New York Times Magazine and The Atlantic, as well as a four-part series in the
New York Times
(part 1part 2,
parts 3 and 4 forthcoming) about American WWI monuments in France.
or by calling 978-623-8401, x31.
Also, on Tuesday, October 28th, a panel will discuss World War I and Mr. Rubin's book
The Last of the Doughboys at 7pm.
or by calling 978-623-8401 x31.
a pass to the Harvard Museum of Natural History
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