Chicago University lecture, 8th April, Franke Institute for the Humanities, 4 pm: [View More]
Chicago, Reading from Odysseus Abroad, 9th April,6 pm, Seminary Co-op Bookstore: 9th April: [View More]
10th April, Brown University, conversation with Shuddhabrata Sengupta on Odysseus Abroad at the Watson Institute of International Studies, 5 pm: [View More]
14th April, talk and reading from Odysseus Abroad at Rutgers University, Pane Room, Alexander Library, 169 College Ave, 4.30 pm: [View More]
15th April, talk and reading from Odysseus Abroad, Princeton University, 6 pm at the Rockefeller College Private Dining Hall
New York City, 16th April, 7 pm, The Asian American Writers’ Workshop 110-112 W. 27th Street, Ste. 600 [View More]
Readings/talks related to the new novel Odysseus Abroad in and near London next week (all welcome)

“He is of course a remarkable intellectual with a great record of literary writing showing a level of sensibility as well as a kind of quiet humanity which is quite rare. It really is quite extraordinary that someone could have had that kind of range that Amit Chaudhuri has in terms of his work and it could be so consistently of the highest quality “
Amartya Sen

“Amit Chaudhuri has, like Proust, perfected the art of the moment… [he] is a miniaturist, for whom tiny moments become radiant, and for whom the complexities of the fleeting mood uncurl onto the page like a leaf, a petal.”

Hilary Mantel, New York Review of Books

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