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Best European Fiction

 

<p>May 5, 2012&nbsp;|&nbsp;The New School&nbsp;|&nbsp;New York City</p>
<p>With&nbsp;Patrick Boltshauser, R&oacute;bert&nbsp;G&aacute;l, and&nbsp;No&euml;lle Revaz; moderated by Aleksandar Hemon<i><br />
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<p>Following two years of sold-out events, the &ldquo;Best European Fiction&rdquo; program hosted by Aleksandar Hemon has become a staple of the&nbsp;PEN World Voices Festival. This year the event returned with three new authors&mdash;No&euml;lle Revaz (Switzerland), Patrick Boltshauser (Liechtenstein), and R&oacute;bert G&aacute;l (Slovakia)&mdash;reading from their work, discussing their ideas about writing, and sharing their perspectives on what&rsquo;s happening in literature in their parts of the world.</p>
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