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Reading: Banned Voices

 

<p>April 17, 2005 | KGB&nbsp;Bar | New York City<br />
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Margaret Atwood, Antoine Audouard, Anouar Benmalek, Amy Hempel, Rick Moody, Shahrnush Parsipur, Francine Prose, Wole Soyinka, and Huang Xiang read the work of writers who have been silenced.</p>
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<p> LISTEN <br />
Introduction by Antoine Audouard<br />
Margaret Atwood reads &ldquo;Seeking the True Colour of Things&rdquo; by Nawal El Saadawi<br />
Amy Hempel and Francine Prose perform Behzti by Gurpeet Kaur Bhatti<br />
Anouar Benmalek reads work by Tahar Djaout and Said Mekbel<br />
Wole Soyinka reads from <i>The Last Summer of Reason</i> by Tahar Djaout<br />
Huang Xiang reads his poetry<br />
Shahrnush Parsipur reads from <i>Women Without Men</i><br />
Antoine Audouard reads from <i>No Man’s Land</i> by Duong Thu Huong<br />
Rick Moody reads from &ldquo;After You, God&rdquo; by Raul Rivero</p>

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