Life After Tiananmen Square

with Madeleine Thien

Friday 26 May 11.15am

Literature Tent, Chapelfield Gardens

Madeline Thien sits in a garden and looks to the camera


From Man Booker-shortlisted writer Madeleine Thien, Do Not Say We Have Nothing is a gripping evocation of one of the most significant political regimes of the 20th century and its traumatic legacy.

Described as ‘moving and extraordinary’ by The Guardian, it tells the story of a mother and daughter who open their home to a young woman who has fled China in the aftermath of the Tiananmen Square protests.

This event is part of our City of Literature Weekend, 26 - 28 May
Click here to find out about all of the events taking place

Event runs: c. 1 hr

Visit Madeleine Thein's website here

City of Literature is presented in association with

Writers’ Centre Norwich

UNESCO City of Literature

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