Day after Night
The author of the Red Tent told us about her new mesmerising new novel, Day after Night, a story of friendship set in a camp in Palestine between four women who each has her own tale to tell of surviving the war in a different European country. She also spoke about the significance of Judaism in her life.
Anita Diamant is a prizewinning journalist. She is the author of three bestselling novels, The Red Tent,Good Harbour and The Last Days of Dogtown. She has also written six books about contemporary jewish practice and a collection of essays, Pitching My Tent.
Anne Sebba’s latest biography is Jennie Churchill: Winston’s American Mother. She is on the Executive of the Society of Authors and a trustee of YaD, the latter dedicated to bringing Israelis and Arabs together through the arts.
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