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Join us for the Norvik Press book launch of Vigdis Hjorth’s A House in Norway. This novel looks at one of the big political questions of our time, the crisis of population movements and the desire to give assistance versus the threat to our traditional way of life, and makes it personal and gripping. The central character Alma, who sees herself as enlightened and altruistic, is challenged to reassess her priorities in confrontation with untidy realities.

The event will feature a panel discussion with author Vigdis Hjorth and translator Charlotte Barslund chaired by Professor Janet Garton. This is followed by drinks and light refreshments.

Come join us for an evening of lively discussion on literature, translation and European immigration.

All welcome, but registration is required via this EventBrite page

Wednesday 22 February 2017, 17.30-19.00

UCL Centre for Advancing Learning and Teaching (CALT)

Main Arena Room (Ground Floor)

1-19 Torrington Place, London, WC1E 7HB

This publication was generously supported by NORLA and by English PEN |Arts Council England.

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