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Led by Humanities faculty, the free public event Nov. 27 will involve the exploration and discussion of key scenes, contexts and themes from the book and its movie versions.
The free event is Nov. 9, two days before the 100th anniversary of the Nov. 11, 1918, armistice ending the conflict that claimed 15 million lives.
Held Feb. 20-23, Free Speech Week features lectures, events and activities centered on and designed to help foster a better understanding of the First Amendment.