Here you will find information about all the past events at Jewish Book Week. Each page contains the programme details as published in advance, and - where available - a record of the event as it happened.
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Sigrid Rausing's memoir, Mayhem, is both extraordinarily honest and exquisitely written. Rausing tells the story of her brother's addiction and her sister-in-law's death with a painterly expertise that goes way beyond the headlines.
Dunkirk: The History behind the Major Motion Picture is told by Joshua Levine, the historical advisor to Christopher Nolan, in its full, sweeping context. Topping the Sunday Times bestseller list, Levine’s is a riveting true account of the soldiers, airmen and civilians involved in the nine-day event in 1940, that has passed into legend.
Celebrating the publication of his latest book, Munich, award-winning, bestselling author Robert Harris was in conversation with Mark Lawson at a special Out Of Festival JBW event. Munich is a spy thriller about treason and conscience, loyalty and betrayal, filled with real-life characters – Hitler, Chamberlain, Mussolini, Daladier – and actua
Nicole Krauss, the award-winning, bestselling author of The History of Love and Great House discussed her keenly anticipated new novel, Forest Dark, an achingly beautiful tale of metamorphosis and self-realisation about two lost souls who travel to Israel in search of escape and renewal, with A.D. Miller.
Here I Am is a dazzling and original American family novel for our times, exploring what it means to be human and questioning how we claim our own identities with compassion and creativity, confirming author Jonathan Safran Foer’s place as one of today’s most important writers.