‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Writer Margaret Atwood to Speak at the National Library

The acclaimed wordsmith Margaret Atwood, author of the forever-relevant feminist dystopian novel The Handmaid’s Tale, is coming to the Mariano Moreno National Library in Buenos Aires on Monday, December 11 to rhapsodize about the belles-lettres along the Argentine-Canadian writer Alberto Manguel.

The Jorge Luis Borges auditorium at the brutalist superstructure will be the scenario for the enthusiastically-anticipated dialogue that is scheduled to commence at 7 PM.

The free event doesn’t require spectators to previously sign up, but considering the auditorium has only 214 seats —and more than 1,400 people have already confirmed attendance on the Facebook event page —admission will start at 6 PM.

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Original published: 2017-12-06 19:41:42 Read the full Buenos Aires News here

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