‘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 wax poetic 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 scheduled to commence at 7 PM.

The free event doesn’t require a reservation, but considering the auditorium only has 214 seats — and more than 1,400 people have already confirmed attendance on the Facebook event page — it’s best you get there well before the doors open at 6 PM.

If you feel like you won’t…

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

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