2011 PEN Freedom to Write Lecture
The Sixth Annual Arthur Miller Freedom to Write Lecture was part of the PEN World Voices Festival. It was co-sponsored by LIVE from the New York Public Library, were it was held in New York City.
Nigerian author Wole Soyinka talked about censorship and “a writer’s purpose and responsibility in a climate of forced silence and intolerance.”
The Sixth Annual Arthur Miller Freedom to Write Lecture was part of the PEN World Voices Festival. It was co-sponsored by LIVE from the New York Public Library, were it was held in New York City. close
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