Come and discuss Waiting for Tomorrow (translated by Geoffrey Strachan, Graywolf), multi-awarded author Nathacha Appanah’s poignant novel about family, cultural differences, art, and friendship. It is also an exploration of the ever-present and precarious nature of time and how things change through choices, actions and inactions.
Anita and Adam originally met at a New Year’s Eve party in Paris, both feeling new and out of place in the city. Twenty years later, their marriage is feeling dull and monotonous, until the arrival of a new nanny.
Thu 8 October 6pm
in English and French
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The French edition is available to read for free on our digital library Culturethèque.
You can find information on the book in English on the British publisher’s website.