MAP's Book club in September

Join MAP for a literary event in aid of Medical Aid for Palestinians.

Yann Martel will interview Palestinian author Susan Abulhawa on her latest book 'Against the loveless world.' 

Together with MAP's previous CEO Aimee Shalan, they will be exploring themes in the book including displacement, loss of identity and the impact of the occupation on medical care in the West Bank and Gaza. 

Susan Abulhawa's debut novel 'Mornings in Jenin' established her as the most widespread Palestinian author. Ahdaf Souief describes this latest novel as 'A fearless work of imagination and documentary gathering power and depth as it sweeps along.' (Ahdaf Souief)

Yann Martel is known most notably for his novel 'Life of Pi', which won the 2002 Man Booker Prize and was adapted to the screen by Ang Lee. His latest novel 'Son of Nobody' is inspired by Homer's Iliad.

Tickets are £15 for individuals and £20 for couples:

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