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The Legacy: Feminism in Literature Today

Wednesday 18th May 2011 6:30pm - 7:30pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event

Join Granta magazine and guests to celebrate the launch of Granta 115: The F Word. F Word contributors and novelists Rachel Cusk and Taiye Selasi will talk about which writers passed feminism down to them, and what the word means to them today.The discussion will be moderated by Granta's publisher, philanthropist Sigrid Rausing. With readings from the issue and drinks to follow.

Rachel Cusk's latest works are The Last Supper: A Summer in Italy, a memoir, and The Bradshaw Variations, a novel.

Taiye Selasi's debut novel Ghana Must Go will be published in 2012 by Penguin Press.

 

Tickets: Free, email events@granta.com to reserve a place.

 

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