Colm Tóibín: Clytemnestra Revisited
In his newest book, "House of Names," the eminent novelist Colm Tóibín inhabits the mind of one of Greek mythology's most divisive characters, Clytemnestra, retelling her tragic story of power, deception, and murder. Tóibín's humanizing portrait of Agamemnon's wife and killer imagines the love, lust, and pain that must have driven her.
Cost: $30, includes copy of book & a drink
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