Edna O’Brien and Adam Haslett

“The great Edna O’Brien has written her masterpiece,” wrote Philip Roth, of The Little Red Chairs, O’Brien’s first novel in ten years. O’Brien brings readers the dark tale of a mysterious stranger arriving in a small Irish town and the woman who falls under his spell. Adam Haslett’s new novel, Imagine Me Gone, “is one of the great books about loss and mourning and the ineluctable laws that govern the political economy of families,” wrote Tony Kushner. “This magnificent work of art has overwhelmed me and broken my heart.”











When: Mon., Mar. 27, 2017 at 7:30 pm
Where: 92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Ave.
212-415-5500
Price: $22
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“The great Edna O’Brien has written her masterpiece,” wrote Philip Roth, of The Little Red Chairs, O’Brien’s first novel in ten years. O’Brien brings readers the dark tale of a mysterious stranger arriving in a small Irish town and the woman who falls under his spell. Adam Haslett’s new novel, Imagine Me Gone, “is one of the great books about loss and mourning and the ineluctable laws that govern the political economy of families,” wrote Tony Kushner. “This magnificent work of art has overwhelmed me and broken my heart.”