Mon 26 Aug 15:30 - 16:30
Spectres of History
Amidst abundant praise for novel Hot Milk and memoir Cost of Living, the Booker Prize-shortlisted Deborah Levy today launches The Man Who Saw Everything, an electrifying and painfully timely novel. Levy’s story follows young historian Saul Adler to communist East Berlin in 1989. He’s recovering after being hit by a car on Abbey Road. There, events unfold which will come back to haunt him 27 years later.
Supported by the Hawthornden Literary Retreat