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Invisible Cities, Visible Cities

The panel will look at how the city both limits and liberates, how it is informed by collective knowledge and individual exploration, and how, particularly in the era of globalization, it can be a place of imposing history and rapid reinvention. With Michal Ajvaz, Dror Burstein, Barbara Frischmuth, Noemi Szecsi at the Public Theater 425 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10003. Moderated by Michael Miller.
Noemi Szecsi's debut novel, Finnugor vámpír (The Finno-Ugrian Vampire), was the bestselling book in Hungary in 2011. Her last novel is The restless.
Presented in association with The Public Theater, a center for culture, arts, and ideas, and co-sponsored by Bookforum, Czech Center New York, Austrian Cultural Forum, Hungarian Cultural Center, and the Office of Cultural Affairs Consulate General of Israel.
Tickets: General Admission 15 USD; Public Theater members and students with valid ID 10USD
212-967-7555 or www.publictheater.org, or visit The Public Theater Box Office at 425 Lafayette Street. Box Office Hours: Sun-Mon 1-6 pm, Tue-Sat 1-7:30 pm

EVENT Invisible Cities, Visible Cities
DATE/TIME Saturday, May 4, 2013, 5 - 6:30PM
LOCATION The Public Theater, 425 Lafayette Street
ADMISSION Members: $10 Non-members: $15

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