Love stories in a time of war: Louisa Young in conversation with Patrick Gale

Louisa Young’s best-selling, award-winning WW1 novel, My Dear I Wanted to Tell You, set her off following two families through the 20th century, as politics, war, injury and race buffet love, friendship and family life. The third of the series, Devotion, reaches 1930s Rome, where Tom loves Nenna, Nenna loves

Love stories in a time of war: Louisa Young in conversation with Patrick Gale

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Venue: Acorn Theatre

Louisa Young’s best-selling, award-winning WW1 novel, My Dear I Wanted to Tell You, set her off following two families through the 20th century, as politics, war, injury and race buffet love, friendship and family life. The third of the series, Devotion, reaches 1930s Rome, where Tom loves Nenna, Nenna loves her father, and her (Jewish) father loves Mussolini. Join Louisa in conversation with best-selling author (and Penzance LitFest patron) Patrick Gale.

Patrick Gale in conversation with Louisa Young

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