Find out more about your favourite authors, meet readers with a similar penchant for your favourite books or attend a literary performance.
Attend a fascinating series of panel discussions about the enduring universal themes of Victor Hugo’s literary masterpiece, Les Misérables. Bookings required.
Join internationally renowned translator Julie Rose for an insightful talk focusing on Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables manuscript. To attend, you must book online and also purchase an exhibition ticket valid for the date of the talk.
The Library's world-first exhibition Victor Hugo – Les Misérables – From Page to Stage runs from July to November 2014
Portrait of broadcaster and writer Ramona Koval
Simon Taylor, winner of the 2011 Poetry Slam Victorian state final
The Library is open seven days a week, excluding some public holidays.
Monday to Thursday: 10am–9pm
Friday to Sunday: 10am–6pm
328 Swanston St,Melbourne, Victoria 3000 AustraliaTel +61 3 8664 7000
Nearest train station:Melbourne Central
Nearest tram stop:
Cnr Swanston &La Trobe streets
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