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Truth Tellers and Troublemakers: Shelley and Free Love


Percy Bysshe Shelley ditched his first wife and their child for a new woman, who went on to invent Frankenstein; then for a third woman he wrote a powerful love poem called "Epipsychidion" -- which makes the argument that monogamy is deeply flawed. Join me for class that is one part poetry appreciation, one part recommendation for an orgy.




Location: Chandelier Creative

611 BROADWAY, Suite 900 | NEW YORK, NY 10012

Chandelier is a creative, media, and branded entertainment agency.


Other upcoming Olios


Jun 22

Unburdening the Earth: Hinduism and Ecology

Taught by Vishwa Adluri
7 p.m. at Strand Bookstore

Sign Up - $20

Jun 26

There's No Such Thing as a Natural Disaster

Taught by Lauren Hudson
7:30 p.m. at Nowadays

Sign Up - $15

Jun 27

Gods That Fail

Taught by Lev Moscow
7:30 p.m. at Tompkins Ave Apartment

Sign Up - $15

Jul 7

Think Olio x Brooklyn Museum | America Was Never White

Taught by Jamie Warren
6 p.m. at The Brooklyn Museum

Sign Up - $0

Jul 8

Members Only | Jazz Age Field Trip to Long Island

Taught by Charles Riley
2 p.m. at Nassau County Museum of Art

Sign Up - $35

Jul 13

What Does it Mean to Be an American: Conformity, Silence, and Lies

Taught by Olio Happy Hour
7 p.m. at Strand Bookstore

Sign Up - $20


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