Cambridge Literary Festival - Daisy Johnson: An Archetypal Story of Memory of Loss

Cambridge Literary Festival - Daisy Johnson: An Archetypal Story of Memory of Loss

Sunday 7 April 2019
The McCrum Lecture Theatre, Corpus Christi College, Benet Street, CB2 1RH
Daisy Johnson’s first short story collection, Fen, won her many fans, but her debut novel, Everything Under, went one better and was shortlisted for last year’s Man Booker Prize.

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A breathtakingly inventive tale that draws on myths and legends, it introduces us to Gretel, suddenly drawn back to memories of the mother whom she hasn’t seen since she was a teenager, and with whom she shared a private language...     

Chaired by Anna Leszkiewicz

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10:00-  11:00

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