The Cost Is Everything: Marriage, Sex, and Love in FictionSunday, May 5 | 3:15 PM - 4:45 PM
Hotel Shattuck Plaza - Boiler Room
For the sake of love, people stretch far beyond their usual boundaries—and sometimes snap. In Geir Gulliksen’s “A Story of a Marriage,” a man exerts extreme empathy to understand his wife’s infidelity. In “Thomas and Beal in the Midi,” third in the acclaimed Mason saga, Christopher Tilghman depicts an interracial marriage in the mid-1850s where each partner gives up nearly everything (one, an estate; the other, family) to be together.
With the support of the Norway House Foundation and NORLA - Norwegian Literature Abroad