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|Sat, July 9|
@ 1 p.m.
|Dickens Fellowship of New York|
Discussing Bleak House Chapters 60 - 67. For more information please visit DFNY's website: http://www.dickensnewyork.com
|Sat, October 29|
@ 2:30 p.m.
|Murder and Madness and Poe|
An hour-long drama with poetry, music and readings Written and Directed by David Houston Rick Heuthe as Edgar Allan Poe Edgar paces impatiently in the office of booking agents in New York City in 1848. He proposes a lecture tour with readings of his controversial stories of murder and madness, all the while professing his sanity, his reliability, and his fame—citing examples from his turbulent life, which is finally on the mend after years of tragedy and anxiety. He needs the money badly:…
|Bronx Library Center, Auditorium||Adults|