Literary Panel: 25th Anniversary of The Secret History by Donna Tartt

When The Secret History was published in 1992, Michiko Kakutani called the book “a group portrait of the banality of evil,” and compared it to the work of Dostoyevsky, Euripides, and Evelyn Waugh. Twenty five years later, Donna Tartt has won a Pulitzer Prize and become a stoic, if elusive, pillar of contemporary literary fiction. Join five New York writers for a panel discussion on the book and it’s enduring legacy, the genre of the campus novel, and how The Secret History has affected the panelists work a quarter century after its publication.











When: Wed., Sep. 20, 2017 at 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Where: powerHouse Arena
28 Adams St.
718-666-3049
Price: Free
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When The Secret History was published in 1992, Michiko Kakutani called the book “a group portrait of the banality of evil,” and compared it to the work of Dostoyevsky, Euripides, and Evelyn Waugh. Twenty five years later, Donna Tartt has won a Pulitzer Prize and become a stoic, if elusive, pillar of contemporary literary fiction. Join five New York writers for a panel discussion on the book and it’s enduring legacy, the genre of the campus novel, and how The Secret History has affected the panelists work a quarter century after its publication.