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Library Through the Lens: Katherine Tamiko Arguile 'The Things She Owned'

When:
Thursday 04 June, 2020
Time:
7:00PM - 8:00PM
Topic:
Libraries
Type:
Author event
Audience:
Resident, Youth, Senior, Business, Visitor, Multicultural, Adult
Cost:
FREE
Bookings:
Required

Join author Katherine Tamiko Arguile live via webinar as she talks about her beautiful and mysterious debut novel, The Things She Owned.

Drawing from Katherine's own cross-cultural experience lived between Tokyo, London, and now Adelaide, Katherine's book explores the weight of intergenerational trauma through the eyes of a mother and daughter on a tortuous path to forgiveness.

Unfolding in vivid Japanese settings, this story illuminates how different cultures navigate grief and memory, and what happens when we rediscover our ancestral roots.


Contacts

Name:
Tracey Noah

Location


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