92Y Reading: Adonis

 

<p><strong>When:</strong> Monday, October 25<br />
<strong> Where:</strong> 92Y, Lexington Ave. at 92nd St., New York City<br />
<strong> What time:</strong> 8:15 p.m.<br />
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With Adonis<br />
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<strong>Tickets:</strong> $19/$10 for PEN&nbsp;Members and those 35 and under. Visit 92Y.org.<br />
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Co-sponsored by the 92nd Street Y</p>
 
<p><br />
Long considered a candidate for the Nobel Prize in Literature, Syrian poet Adonis is &ldquo;today&rsquo;s most daring and provocative Arab poet,&rdquo; wrote Edward Said. Now 80 and living in Paris, Adonis makes his first appearance at the Poetry Center, reading from his newly published Selected Poems.</p>

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