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Hanya Yanagihara’s novel A Little Life has won the Kirkus Prize, and garnered coveted positions as a National Book Award Finalist and a 2015 Man Booker Prize Short-List for Fiction. A Little Life profiles the lives of four college friends living in New York as young adults and how friends can help remake a life that has been destroyed.

By tackling the issues of depression, sexual abuse, and self-harm, Yanagihara challenges traditional ideas of friendship, romantic relationships, and what it really means to love another human being.

Hanya Yanagihara’s novel A Little Life has won the Kirkus Prize, and garnered coveted positions as a National Book Award Finalist and a 2015 Man Booker Prize Short-List for Fiction. A Little Life profiles the lives of four college friends living in New York as young adults and how friends can help remake a life that has been destroyed.

By tackling the issues of depression, sexual abuse, and self-harm, Yanagihara challenges traditional ideas of friendship, romantic relationships, and what it really means to love another human being.

Hanya Yanagihara’s novel A Little Life has won the Kirkus Prize, and garnered coveted positions as a National Book Award Finalist and a 2015 Man Booker Prize Short-List for Fiction. A Little Life profiles the lives of four college friends living in New York as young adults and how friends can help remake a life that has been destroyed.

By tackling the issues of depression, sexual abuse, and self-harm, Yanagihara challenges traditional ideas of friendship, romantic relationships, and what it really means to love another human being.

WHEN

WHERE

Dallas Museum of Art
1717 N. Harwood St.
Dallas, TX 75201
https://www.dma.org/programs/event/hanya-yanagihara-tragedy-transcendence

TICKET INFO

$15-$35
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