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The November Boy book launch

> See details of the book The November Boy by Bernat Manciet translated by James Thomas

BOOK LAUNCH

The November Boy
by Bernat Manciet

Translated from Occitan

Q&A with translator James Thomas

7–8pm, Thursday 16 November 2017

Waterstones Walthamstow
Unit 30-31 Selborne Walk
Walthamstow
London E17 7JR

FREE

RSVP 020 8521 3669 or email walthamstow@waterstones.com

Manciet’s spare, harrowing, yet profoundly lyrical tale of sickness, selfhood and longing, set on the desolate heath of the Grande Landes in 1920s south-west France, is a masterpiece of modern Occitan literature. It has been translated here for the first time into English by James Thomas

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