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Friday, March 25, 2011
Douglas Coupland & Chuck Klosterman at 92YTribeca


Canadian author Douglas Coupland joined American essayist Chuck Klosterman (above, left to right) at 92YTribeca on Wednesday evening for the latest Upper North Side Canadian Author Series. In keeping with the subject of Coupland’s recent book, Marshall McLuhan: You Know Nothing of My Work!, the conversation centered on the evolving relevance of Canadian philosopher and communications theorist Marshall McLuhan, whose birth centenary is being celebrated this year.

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