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Robin MacNeil on June 18
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.1181  Thursday, 12 June 2003

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Date:           Thursday, 12 Jun 2003 08:33:41 -0700
Subject:        Robin MacNeil on June 18

Journalist Robert MacNeil
Introduces His New Memoir

Until his retirement from the program in 1995, Robert MacNeil was
co-anchor of PBS's award-winning MacNeil Lehrer NewsHour. He's also the
author of three novels, a recently produced drama, Karla, and two works
of nonfiction, one of which, Wordstruck, is a narrative about his deep
affection for our language and for Shakespeare in particular.

Ever the most eloquent of television reporters, Mr. MacNeil is the
genial host who brought The Story of English to our homes, and he's now
at work on a sequel, Do You Speak American? In the interim he's graced
us with Looking For My Country, his moving account of how a native of
Canada finally concluded that he should become a United States citizen.
He'll talk about and read selections from this beautiful volume, and
then he'll be happy to sign copies, which will be available for purchase
by means of a special arrangement with Olssons.

Wednesday, June 18

DRINKS & PROGRAM, 6:30 P.M.
BUFFET RECEPTION, 7:30 P.M.

National Press Club
     529 14TH STREET NW, 13TH FLOOR
      (One block from Metro Center; PMI parking at 1325 G Street)

DRINKS, PROGRAM, & RECEPTION
      $75 for one ticket, $125 for two ($25 tax-deductible)
DRINKS & PROGRAM ONLY
      $20 for all tickets

To reserve spaces, and to arrange for payment
by check, cash, or credit card, please contact
John F. Andrews at either of the offices below.

The Shakespeare Guild
2141 Wyoming Avenue NW, 41
Washington, DC 20008-3916
Phone (202) 483-8646  Fax (202) 483-7824
E-Mail 
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The English-Speaking Union
Nation's Capital Area Branch
1785 Massachusetts Avenue NW, 501
Washington, DC 20036
Phone 202 234 4602   Fax 202 234 4639
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For additional details, and for information about our July 1 noontime
program with actress and arts leader Jane Alexander, go to
www.esuwdc.org/calendar.html .

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