A photograph from 1990 or 1991 of Ladislav Šaloun’s statue of Rabbi Loew, also known as the Maharal, and according to legend the creator of the Golem.
If this image were included in an extra-illustrated binding of the novel Necessary Errors, the binder could position it pretty much anywhere. (For an explanation of extra-illustration, click here.)
Posted by Caleb Crain on 3 October 2013 in extra illustrated, Necessary Errors, photography, sculpture
I’m happy you got around to Rabbi Loew – and even happier that you found
a way to insert Mozart into your novel. When I think of Prague, I think of
Your novel is first-rate.