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Litterær Kro 2004, Exile

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Litterær Kro 2004, Exile

Poster advertising a literary event titled Litterær Kro 2004: Exil (Literary Inn 2004: Exile), which took place on 5 October 2004 at the Scapa Bar in Trondheim. Guest artists who featured at this event included Musa Mutaev, founder and president of the Chechen Writers Centre (2006-), who gave a talk; the Congolese poet and writer Raïs Neza Boneza, who celebrated a book launch; the Norwegian playright and author Bjørn-Erik Hanssen, who gave a lecture; and the Norwegian dancer Hilde Handegard, who performed flamenco.

Litterær Kro 2004, Exile

Affiche annonçant un événement littéraire intitulé Litterær Kro 2004: Exil (Auberge littéraire 2004: Exil), qui a eu lieu le 5 octobre 2004 au Scapa Bar, à Trondheim. Parmi les artistes invités présents à cet événement: Musa Mutaev, fondateur et président du Centre des écrivains tchétchènes (2006-), qui a donné une allocution; le poète et écrivain congolais Raïs Neza Boneza, qui célébrait le lancement d'un livre; le dramaturge et auteur norvégien Bjørn-Erik Hanssen, qui a offert une conférence; et la danseuse norvégienne Hilde Handegard, qui a offert une performance de flamenco.

Litterær Kro 2004, Exile

Cartel anunciando un evento literario titulado Litterær Kro 2004: Exil (Posada Literaria 2004: Exilio), que tuvo lugar el 5 de octubre de 2004 en el Scapa Bar de Trondheim. Entre los artistas invitados al evento estuvieron Musa Mutaev fundador y presidente del Centro de Escritores Chechenos (2006-), que dio una charla; el poeta y escritor congolés Raïs Neza Boneza, que presentó un libro; el dramaturgo y autor noruego Bjørn-Erik Hanssen, que dio una conferencia; y la bailarina noruega Hilde Handegard, que hizo una actuación de flamenco.

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05/10/2004

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Chechen Writers Centre

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Chechen Writers Centre  (Нохчийн ПЕН-центр)

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