Hans Keilson, 1909 – 2011

Posted by Jason Diamond

Obviously somebody dying is always sad, and you can’t help that.  But since I was introduced to the life and work of Hans Keilson, I fast realized that he really did live one of the greatest lives of the last 100 years, and when I heard about his passing at the age of 101-years-old, that was the first thing I thought.

Read about Keilson’s extraordinary life, then go pick up The Death of the Adversary and Comedy in a Minor Key.  Your life will be better if you do these things.


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