Literary event with Joanna Bator
A special literary event in honor of the release of ‘Gorzko,gorzko’ by Joanna Bator.
The evening will be held online at October 8th at 11:00 a.m. in the Polish language.
The meeting, held under the Polish Book Club, will focus on the new release and include discussions about the plot, style as well as the biography of Miss Bator herself.
To who sign up for the meeting will receive a copy of the book gratis (they will be able to keep it) on condition they read it before the meeting takes place.
The book can be collected via:
Visiting the Polish Institute Tel Aviv library on Monday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Get an e-copy by sending a request to the Polish Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org
Joanna Bator, who is a doctor of Philosophy and a well known author in her native Poland, won the 2013 Nike Award for Dark, Almost Night.
Her 2009 novel Sandy Mountain was released in Hebrew (Translated by Ilay Halpern).
The new book unfolds the family history of four generations of women. It takes place in lower Silesia, which is a region of Poland Bator often writes about.
This is a fascinating novel which includes suspense, passion, love, and friendship between four women who are deeply connected to one another.