TimesTalks

 

<p>May 2, 2012 &nbsp;| &nbsp;The Times Center &nbsp;| &nbsp;New York City<br />
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With Martin Amis, Margaret Atwood, and E.L. Doctorow</p>
 
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Internationally celebrated authors talk with A.O. Scott of The New York Times: Martin Amis (The Pregnant Widow and the upcoming Lionel Asbo: The State of England), Margaret Atwood (The Blind Assassin, The Year of the Flood) and E.L. Doctorow (Ragtime, Homer & Langley). Their original essays about literature and world affairs also appear in the New York Times Sunday Review the same week.<br />
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Co-Sponsored by TimesTalks and&nbsp;the Consulate General of Canada in New York</p>
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