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Interview and reading with Jonathan Coe

Interview and reading with Jonathan Coe

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  • Date 07 May 2024
  • Time 5.30pm
  • Category Other

The Holocaust Research Institute (HRI) and the Humanities and Arts Research Institute (HARI), are delighted to jointly host this event.

Shilling Building Auditorium

Jonathan Coe is one of the UK’s leading novelists. His recent work – Middle England, Mr Wilder and Me, Bournville – has, in both comic and tragic ways, dealt with ‘state-of-the-nation’ issues about politics, cultural memory and identity. Join us on Tuesday 7 May to listen to Jonathan Coe, in conversation with historian Dan Stone and literary critic Robert Eaglestone, talk about his work. We will also get the opportunity to hear Jonathan read from his work.

Admission is free but booking is essential.

Joanthan Coe

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