Monday 3 March, 12.00pm - 1.00pm, Pioneer Women's Memorial Garden (East Stage), FREE
This session brings together two novelists who have set their stories in the past. These two use real events, but it is up to the writers themselves to create the people and places they are writing about. Elizabeth Gilbert takes us to 19th century America, while Hannah Kent, in the same period, draws a dismal picture of Iceland. Chair: Kalinda Ashton
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