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<p>April 27, 2006 | Bowery Poetry Club | NYC<br />
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Featuring readings from the work of writers who have been barred from the United States:<br />
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With Anthony Romero, Martin Amis, Russell Banks, Liev Schreiber, Barbara Goldsmith, Salman Rushdie, Gioconda Belli, Padma Lakshmi, Naomi Shihab Nye, Debra Winger, Eloy Urroz and Todd Solondz. <br />
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 <strong>LISTEN</strong><br />
&bull; Entire event<br />
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 <strong>LISTEN TO SEGMENTS</strong><br />
&bull; Introduction by Larry Siems; Anthony Romero reads Tariq Ramadan<br />
&bull; Martin Amis reads &quot;Graham Greene&quot; from Visiting Mrs. Nabokov<br />
&bull; Russell Banks reads Our Man in Heaven by Graham Greene<br />
&bull; Liev Schreiber reads Dario Fo’s prologue to Elizabeth: Almost by Chance a Woman<br />
&bull; Barbara Goldsmith reads My Discovery of America by Farley Mowat<br />
&bull; Salman Rushdie reads poems by Czeslaw Milosz<br />
&bull; Gioconda Belli reads Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s Nobel Lecture <br />
&bull; Padma Lakshmi reads In Pursuit of English by Dorris Lessing<br />
&bull; Naomi Shihab Nye reads Mahmoud Darwish <br />
&bull; Debra Winger reads Pablo Neruda<br />
&bull; Eloy Urroz reads from Where the Air is Clear by Carlos Fuentes<br />
&bull; Todd Solondz reads Nelson Mandela’s 1962 court address</p>

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