Thomas Harding - The House by the Lake
Tuesday 24th November 18:30 at Canterbury - St Margaret's Street
Author of last year's best-selling Hanns and Rudolf, Thomas Harding will join us to talk about The House by the Lake, possibly the most interesting non-fiction book of this year.
A ground-breaking work of history, The House by the Lake reveals the story of Germany through the inhabitants of one small wooden building. Moving frome the late nineteenth cenuary to the present day, from the devastation of two world wars to the dividing and re-uniting of a nation, it is a stoy of domestic joy and contentment, of terrible grief and tragedy, and of a hatred handed down through generations.
Tickects will sell out quickly for this event, so please call into the shop or phone us on 01227 456343 to reserve your place.
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