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Soirée Chez Jenny's /SOLD OUT

Henry Miller Library In Paris

Thursday, May 8, 2014 from 7:30 PM to 10:30 PM (PDT)

Soirée Chez Jenny's /SOLD OUT

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Chez Jenny Dinner. Sold until Sunday, May 4 @ 7PM
This includes a three course meal. Please indicate if you would like a vegetarian option. Thank you and Welcome! We will have your name at the Restaurant. No need to print out anything.
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SOLD OUT.  Henry Miller Library in Paris Soirée Chez Jenny, 39, Boulevard du Temple. The evening will include a three-course meal, wine, music, and talks from, among others, Jim Haynes ( host of Paris Sunday Dinners and Magnus Torén, Director of the Henry Miller Library.

We're also honored to have among our confirmed guests John Calder, one of the seminal figures in the publishing world in the 20th century. As this Guardian article notes, " (Calder) championed freedom of speech and was a scourge of the conservative literary establishment, and his list has included avant-garde firebrands such Henry Miller and William Burroughs as well as numerous Nobel laureates, including Samuel Beckett, Heinrich Böll and Claude Simon." (Link here)

We will have some music by Chicago based singer songwriter and long time Miller and Paris affecionado Al Rose, and surely some other folks will share of their experiences relating to Henry Miller.   All this for a mere 35 Euros!

Aller Retour Paris

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Chez Jenny's
39 Boulevard du Temple
75011 Paris

Thursday, May 8, 2014 from 7:30 PM to 10:30 PM (PDT)

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Henry Miller Library In Paris

The Henry Miller Memorial Library, a non-profit 501 (c) 3 art center in Big Sur, California, presents Aller Retour Paris, a week-long festival (May 4 -12th, 2014) that will celebrate the city’s role in shaping Henry Miller as a writer and raconteur.

The week will include art, poetry, dinner parties, film, music, and more!   The festival will be anchored by a pop-up bookstore at the legendary Shakespeare and Company (37 Rue de La Bucherie) and will include an exhibit of rare manuscripts, letters, and books.

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