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July 2, 2013

The Night Gwen Stacy Died

Author Sarah Bruni has written a new “Bonnie and Clyde-sque” novel and will be talking about it at McNally Jackson (52 Price Street, Manhattan) at 7 PM. This Spiderman inspired title reads like western-thriller, and is full of wit and entertainment.

July 3, 2013

Shani Boianjiu with Sarah Maguso

Author Shani Boianjiu has written a new book, The People of Forever Are Not Afraid, which centers on Lebanese-Israeli boarder issues through the eyes of young people. This humanizing novel hits political and emotional issues. Join the author along with friend Sarah Maguso at McNally Jackson (52 Prince Street, Manhattan) at 7:00 for this event.

July 9, 2013

Lorca, Jews, and African-Americans: From Romance to Racism or Simple Misunderstanding?

Poet Federico Garcia Lorca is widely hailed as a champion of the underclass, in reference to his poetry on the failures of the economy set in 1920’s era America. However, many historians have ignored ethnocentric and racist remarks throughout his poetry. Sharonah Fredrick, a Hispanic Language and Literature scholar will be discuss Lorca’s problematic attitdudes to different ethnic communities. This talk begins at 1:15 and is on a first come, first served basis at the New York Public Library (42nd street and 5th Avenue, Manhattan).

July 10, 2013

Federico Garcia Lorca: Occupy Wall Street

At the New York Public Library (42nd street and 5th Avenue, Manhattan) scholar Melcion Mateu will be discussing poet Federico Garcia Lorca’s classic book Poet in New York which focuses on the Wall Street Crash of 1929. The talk will reflect the current American Economic crisis, and relate issues of the past to today’s troubled times. This talk is free on a first come, first served basis, and begins at 1:15 pm.

July 12, 2013

Elusive Jane: In Search of Jane Austen

Every proper publishing student loves Jane Austen! The British author who ushered millions of young women towards literature is as alive in the minds of young women today as she ever was. The New York Public Library (42nd street and 5th Avenue, Manhattan) will host an event examining her life and works from 2:15-4:00. This event is free.


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