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The Lowlands

With Sarah Perry, Lucy Hughes-Hallett & Anjali Joseph

Monday 22 May 7pm

Writers’ Centre Norwich, Dragon Hall

Sarah Perry wears a red dress and looks off camera
Author Sarah Perry

Marking the 70th anniversary of Indian independence, we bring together British and Indian writers to explore writing and place from two lowland eastern regions with renowned and radical literary heritages: Kolkata and Norwich. Sarah
Perry’s The Essex Serpent was named Waterstones Book of the Year in 2016 and sees a small village beset by an ominous threat from the sea. In multi-award-winning Lucy Hughes-Hallett’s Peculiar Ground, years of war results in the building of walls and a false sense of safety, while Anjali Joseph’s The Living reflects on everyday life in Norwich and India, and the challenges in living well.

Event runs: c. 1 hr

Joint ticket with No Dogs, No Indians (24 May) £15

Visit Sarah Perry's Guardian page here

Visit Lucy Hughes-Hallett's website here

Visit Anjali Joesph's website here

City of Literature is presented in association with

Writers’ Centre Norwich

UNESCO City of Literature

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