David M. Bader

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For the computer scientist, see David A. Bader.

David M. Bader is the author of such works as "The Book of Murray: The Life, Teachings, and Kvetching of the Lost Prophet (Harmony Books, 2010)," "Haiku U.: From Aristotle to Zola, Great Books in 17 Syllables (Gotham Books, 2004) Haikus for Jews: For You a Little Wisdom (Harmony Books, 1999), Zen Judaism: For You a Little Enlightenment (Harmony Books, 2002) and Haiku U.: From Aristotle to Zola, Great Books in 17 Syllables (Gotham Books, 2004). He also wrote How to Be an Extremely Reform Jew (Avon Books, 1994) and has contributed to the Mirth of a Nation humor anthologies . A graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School and a former attorney, he lives and writes in New York City.

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