Sunday 23rd April at 11:30am | Daunt Books Hampstead | Tickets free
Join other book-lovers for a walk on Hampstead Heath to discuss Ali and Nino, a classic love story of the Orient.
Set a century ago in Azerbaijan, Ali and Nino is the love story of a Muslim boy and a Christian girl. Their relationship serves as a microcosm of the cultural clashes between East and West, which they struggle to reconcile. Dramatic, powerful and moving, the novel remains as resonant - and relevant - today as it did when it was first published in 1930s Vienna.
'One feels as if one had dug up buried treasure ... an epic of cultural change that seems more immediate than this morning’s headlines ... An extraordinary novel.' New York Times
Setting off from Daunt Books South End Road (Children, dogs and friends welcome!) at 11.30am
N.B. The Heath can be very muddy so please wear appropriate footwear.
Sunday 23rd April 2017
Event starts at 11:30am .
This event takes place at Daunt Books Hampstead, 51 South End Road, London NW3 2QB
Tickets will not be posted to you, they will be held under your surname at the entrance. If you choose to print your confirmation email, please show this at the entrance to redeem your tickets.