A hundred years ago, a cohort of writers, poets, and musicians descended upon a freshly postwar Paris in search of all that they feared was lost: identity, tradition, and engagement with a society built on the ruins of trenches and mustard gas. Please join us to examine this colorful cast of characters, from Gertrude Stein and T.S. Elliot to Picasso and Ernest Hemingway, who faced the struggles of their generation through expression, discussion, and various modes of escape.