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Javier Cercas presents his last book at Hay Festival, London and Norwich

Spanish writer Javier Cercas (Cáceres, 1962) will participate in the Hay Festival in a talk with Daniel Hahn on Saturday, June 1st and he will also be in conversation with Gaby Wood, journalist and literary director of the Booker Prize Foundation, at the London Review Bookshop on June 3rd.

Furthermore, the writer of’ ‘Soldiers of Salamis’ will also participate in the event, Stories from Europe on June 4th at the National Centre for Writing in Norwich, where he will be in conversation with writers Christina Hesselholdt, Pajtim Statovci and Lina Wolff.

In his new book, ‘Lord of all the Dead’, Cercas takes a courageous journey into his own family history and that of a country collapsing from a fratricidal war. The author revisits Ibahernando, his parents’ village in Extremadura, southern Spain, to research the life of Manuel Mena.

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