What do the last century’s most gifted refugees—Hannah Arendt, Stefan Zweig, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Arthur Koestler, Herbert Marcuse, and Walter Benjamin—have to teach us about the trials and frequent triumphs of those fleeing political terror? Their biographers weigh in.
With Evelyn Barish, George Prochnik, Michael Scammell, and Richard Wolin.
Moderated by Anne Heller.
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Co-presented with PEN America, the Biography Seminar, and the Center for the Study of Transformative Lives.