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Win a Chance for Free Tickets to See Toni Morrison at Sold-Out Event

By Rachelle Blidner | January 20, 2016 10:34pm
 Toni Morrison will read from her book
Toni Morrison will read from her book "God Help the Child" at an event in Park Slope on Feb. 2. Morrison is seen here at The "Foreigner's Home" Exhibit Reading in Paris on November 17, 2006
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The Toni Morrison Society

PARK SLOPE - The Brooklyn Public Library is raffling off free tickets to Toni Morrison’s sold-out book reading next month.

Morrison, a Nobel laureate and Pulitzer Prize winner, will read from her book, "God Help the Child," to a crowd at Congregation Beth Elohim in Park Slope on Feb. 2. 

While the event's earlier round of tickets were snapped up by paying guests, the Brooklyn Public Library is giving out a limited number of free tickets to library card holders. 

For a chance at two free tickets to the 7:30 p.m. event, enter here. A drawing will take place at midnight on Jan. 24, and winners will be contacted by Jan. 27.

Representatives did not immediately disclose the number of tickets available.

The “Brooklyn by the Book” event is presented in partnership by the Brooklyn Public Library, Congregation Beth Elohim and the Community Bookstore.

Morrison's 11th novel, published in April 2015, follows a girl named Bride from her abuse as a child into her adulthood.