Portman’s Dad & Novel
April 28, 2011 by Post Team
Portman’s Dad & Novel, Natalie Portman’s father has babies on the brain, and not just because her daughter is in the last trimester of pregnancy. Dr. Avner Hershlag (Portman is the stage name of Natalie, FYI) just happens to be a big Whig at the Center for Human Reproduction in Long Island and one of the leading specialists in reproduction of the nation. But it also has a creative side, too. In fact, Avner is currently shopping her first novel to publishers. Misconception is called, and he has called a “thriller of fertility.”
So what does that mean? The novel follows a fertility doctor named Anya Krim fiction is trying to help the President and wife to conceive. Only embryos are stolen from the laboratory. At the same time, Dr. Krim has two unusual cases in their rotation for a baby missing with “ambiguous genitalia”; whose mother has died and his daughter of a senator who has been in a coma for two years but has mysteriously become pregnant.
To learn more about plot twists of the book strange and disturbing at times, go to The Daily Beast. But we would point out an interesting moment in the book may be a nod to Natalie and her role in “Black Swan.” As the senator’s daughter who is pregnant and in a coma, Dr. Krim gets into a fight with a colleague who thinks the baby should be aborted. Dr. Krim is vehemently opposed to this saying, “I can see this child grow up, take ballet classes, even get really good, a prodigy of class.”
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