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Arnold Jansen op de Haar signs his books

July 25, 2018

Arnold Jansen op de Haar will be joining the bookstall this Saturday, 28 July, in the Corn Hall, Cirencester.

Between 2 and 3 pm he will sign his books:

Angel – about wanting to break free – ‘It’s a brilliant piece of writing from a remarkable writer.’

King of Tuzla – a coming-of-age  story set against the Bosnian conflict – ‘If you want proof that literature has the power to change lives then this illustrates it on every level.’

The Refrain of Other People’s Lives – What’s it like to be an EU immigrant? – ‘What his poetry does is to capture a dramatized, aestheticized sense of what it is like to be living outside your own country.’

Yugoslav Requiem – a testimony to the most recent war in Europe – ‘His rhythms are contagious: they made me want to divide my own sentences here in tune with them.’

Don’t miss this opportunity to treat yourself or purchase an extra special present with a tailored dedication.