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Revolution, obsession, and taking change by the hand, please join us May 22nd for “No Man’s Land.”
House of SpeakEasy returns with another Seriously Entertaining lineup of writers performing on stage at Joe’s Pub at The Public Theater. Journalist Lauren Hilgers examines the life of Patriot Number One as he discovers that exile can follow you anywhere. Historian Caroline Weber explores the women who made Proust Proust, novelist Meg Wolitzer lights a fuse under feminism and refuses to take cover, and New York Times opinion writer Kashana Cauley tells us exactly what she thinks. Please join us in May for Seriously Entertaining, New York’s premier literary cabaret.
THE HOUSE OF SPEAKEASY IS A HOME FOR CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF A LITERARY KIND: A PLACE WHERE AUTHORS AND THEIR AUDIENCES COME TOGETHER IN INNOVATIVE AND SUSTAINING WAYS. MORE
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Caroline Weber is an Associate Professor of French at Barnard and the author of The New York Times Notable Book, Queen of Fashion: What Marie Antoinette Wore to the Revolution. Her essays have appeared in a wide variety of academic and mainstream publications. She has published articles on eighteenth-century authors such as Rousseau, Voltaire, Diderot, Sade, Charrière, and La Chaussée, and on contemporary thinkers like Lacan and Lyotard. She writes regularly for The New York Times Book Review. Her new book is Proust’s Duchess: How Three Celebrated Women Captured the Imagination of Fin de Siecle Paris.
Caroline is speaking at House of SpeakEasy’s Seriously Entertaining show on May 22nd,See More >