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Leïla Slimani talks to Philippe Sands

Hay Festival Classics from our archive 2


Hay Festival Classics is a series of unforgettable events from Hay Festivals around the world, with outstanding guests on the international scene. Here we show Leïla Slimani, one of Europa28 writers and the first Moroccan woman to win France’s most prestigious literary prize, the Prix Goncourt, which she won for the shocking thriller and global best-seller, Lullaby. She is a journalist and frequent commentator on women’s and human rights. She discusses her work and her new novel Adèle with the Anglo-French author of East West Street, winner of the Baillie Gifford Prize, Philippe Sands.

With Croatian subtitles