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Festival of Chichester: An Evening Visit to Wartime Shanghai

@ Chichester Library

Tickets £4.00

20 Jun

Available Dates

Mon 20th Jun 2016 7:30pm £4.00

Japanese-born local author, Keiko Itoh, will talk about her novel, My Shanghai 1942-1946, which provides a rare perspective on the Pacific War through the eyes of a young Japanese housewife caught between her Christian values and love of her country. 

“The world of J.G. Ballard’s ‘Empire of the Sun’ from a totally different angle.”

  • Category: Talks

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