Paula McLain

Carnegie Music Hall   Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures   412-622-8866
March 18, 2013   Ticket Prices: Reserved Seating $25-35, General Admission Seating $15

Paula McLain
Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures

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Paula McLain

Monday, March 18, 2013
Carnegie Music Hall, 7:30 pm
4400 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213

THE PARIS WIFE
Paula McLain, a poet who hails from Cleveland, has rejuvenated interest in the life and loves of Ernest Hemingway with her book club favorite, The Paris Wife. McLain allows Hadley Richardson, the first wife, to tell her own story of love and loss in the anything-goes fast lane of Jazz Age Paris, a "heartbreaking portrayal."

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Carnegie Music Hall
4440 Forbes Ave | Pittsburgh, PA | Directions

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Paula McLain
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Paula McLain talks about Ernest Hemingway in The Paris Wife: