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Kapittel 2019: Discourse (NO) Mennesket er den vakreste byen

  • Stavanger kulturhus, Sølvberggaten 2, Stavanger
  • +47 51507465
  • 18 settembre 2019
  •  /  16:00
  • (1 Upcoming Dates)
Overview

Sami Said is currently nominated to Nordisk Råds litteraturpris 2019 for his third novel "Människan är den vackraste staden". Meet him in conversation with announcer Heidi Marie Vesterheim.

Sami Said was born in Eritrea and came to Sweden when he was ten years old. He debuted as an author in 2012 with the award wininng novel "Väldigt sällan fin", where he describes a student's attempt to find his place between his Eritrean family's expectations and the prejudices around the Swedish society.

Said is currently nominated to Nordisk Råds litteraturpris 2019 for his third novel "Människan är den vackraste staden". Here we follow the paperless migrant San Fransico's journey from Scandinavia and back to his birth country. His novel can be seen as an allegory to contemporary Eurpoean history of the refugee crisis and fascism. Meet Sami Said in conversation with announcer Heidi Marie Vesterheim.

  • Last Updated: 05/08/2019
  • Source: Region Stavanger
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mer, 18 settembre 2019 16:00 16:45

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Kapittel 2019: Discourse (NO) Mennesket er den vakreste byen
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