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Metamorphosis in the East Village

 

<p><strong>When:</strong> Saturday, May 5<br />
<strong>Where:&nbsp;</strong>The Standard, East Village, 25 Cooper Sq., New York City<br />
<strong>What time:</strong> 7&ndash;8:30 p.m.<br />
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With&nbsp;Maud Casey,&nbsp;Thomas Sayers Ellis,&nbsp;Danielle Evans, John Haskell, Idra Novey, and&nbsp;Anka Muhlstein&nbsp;</p>
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<strong>Tickets:</strong> $15/$10 PEN Members and students with valid ID. Call (866) 811-4111 or visit ovationtix.com<br />
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 Co-sponsored by Poetry Society of America</p>
 
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When change occurs, what does it leave in its wake? What is left behind? Where better to explore these questions than in&nbsp;The Standard&rsquo;s new hotel&mdash;itself a symbol of the ever-changing East Village. Join John Haskell, Anka Muhlstein, and others as they discuss the metamorphoses of identity and ideology in their work, and in today&rsquo;s literary landscape.</p>

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