A bitter, beautiful & important book. So says Robert Fisk of the rediscovered French sensation, No Place to Lay One’s Head. Originally published in 1945 in Geneva, it tells the story of the flight from Vichy France of Polish Jew Francoise Frenkel. Meet the talented translator of this book, Stephanie Smee, in conversation with ANU’s Dr Gemma King, at Muse Canberra, Sun 25 June, 3-4pm. [http://www.musecanberra.com.au/events/2017/5/15/stephanie-smee-no-place-to-lay-ones-head]
For your chance to win one of two double passes to the event, email firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line CuPSS_Smee. Note only winners will be notified.