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NYRB Classics @ Barnes and Noble
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NYRB Classics
A Month of Writers on Writers
at Barnes and Noble
150 East 86th Street, Upper East Side

Monday, November 1 at 7PM
The author of Sex and the City, Candace Bushnell, and drama and culture critic Terry Teachout discuss two cult dark comedic classics, The Dud Avocado and The Old Man and Me, by Elaine Dundy.

Monday, November 15th at 7PM
Author Luc Sante and National Book Award-winner Norman Rush discuss the dark psychological novels of Georges Simenon, one of the greatest and most prolific writers of the 20th century.

Monday, November 22nd at 7PM
Literary critic Morris Dickstein and author and poet Honor Moore discuss the writer John Williams and his 1965 novel Stoner, which Dickstein has called "a perfect novel, so well told and beautifully written, so deeply moving that it takes your breath away."

Monday, November 29th at 7PM
Author André Aciman and journalist Joan Acocella discuss the mid-century Austrian novelist Stefan Zweig and, in particular, his recently discovered and just published novella, Journey Into the Past.

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