Sue Eckstein

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Sue Eckstein is a lecturer in Clinical and Biomedical Ethics, as well as being a novelist and playwright. Her first novel, The Cloths of Heaven, was made into a Woman’s Hour Drama in 2010 and her second, The Interpreters, was published in 2011.

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2012

Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Sue Eckstein spoke about her devastating and wonderfully understated novel following the stories of three generations of women from wartime Germany to today. Interweaving universal themes – the nature of identity, the meaning of family, the emotional legacy of the past – Interpreters magnificently unravels the impact of a war that resonates across four generations.

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