Stewed Prunes and Rice Pudding: College Students Eat and Talk with I. B. Singer
A small group of students from a nearby Catholic college, after seeing Singer's Broadway play Yentl, sit in the Americana eating blintzes and bagels with their number-one favorite author and his wife, Alma Singer. These students have spent weeks "immersing themselves," as one put it, "in thousands of pages of I. B. Singer."
Lee, G. F. (1978). Stewed prunes and rice pudding: College students eat and talk with I. B. Singer. Contemporary Literature, 19(4), 446-458. doi: 10.2307/1208093