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Marianna Torgovnick speaks about "War and Memory in America: Reading Novels, Reading History"

At 4pm on Tuesday, 8 February, in the Rare Book Room at Perkins Library, Marianna Torgovnick, professor of English and director of the Duke in New York Program, will discuss how novels can remind readers of facts they would often prefer to ignore. Professor Torgovnick's lecture is drawn from her forthcoming book, The War Complex: World War II After 9/11. The lecture, which is open to everyone, is part of the Engaging Faculty Series and is sponsored by the Friends of the Duke University Libraries. For more information, call 660-5816.

Posted 02/07/2005


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