Sunday, May 27, 2007

The Immortal Game

David Shenk, whose great-great-grandfather was a celebrated player in 19th-century Paris, has spent the past few years penning The Immortal Game, an investigation of chess's enduring influence. He talks with Nextbook's Sara Ivry about its evolution and its often overlooked role in Jewish life.


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