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Spoken word

BorderKitchen with Isabel Allende

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Isabel Allende will be guest at BorderKitchen The Hague on 18 October 2015. The world famous author&nbsp;will be interviewed by Ni&ntilde;a Weijers (in English), author of the novel <em>De consequenties</em>. Actress Lindertje Mans will read from the book. The BorderKitchen evening with Isabel Allende will take place at the Royal Theatre in The Hague.&nbsp;<br />
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<strong>Isabel Allende</strong><br />
Isabel Allende&nbsp;made her breakthrough with her novel <em>The House of the Spirits</em> and has since written 20 more books, with 65 million copies sold worldwide. In 2014 she received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from president Barack Obama: the highest civilian award of the United States. <br />
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<strong>BorderKitchen evening&nbsp;</strong><br />
At BorderKitchen she will talk about her latest novel The Japanese Lover, a book only she could write: colourful, full of drama, humour, cliff hangers and two women you can't help but love. The price for the evening includes&nbsp;a beverage and a goodie bag with a signed copy of <em>Portret in sepia</em> (Dutch).<br />
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<strong>About The Japanese Lover</strong><br />
Alma is ten years old when she is sent to America by her parents in 1939 to escape the Nazis. The sadness she feels for the family she left behind in Poland is only softened by her friendship with her second cousin Nathaniel and with Ichimei, the son of an American-Japanese couple. The hostility with which American society treats them during and after the second World War &ndash; Alma is a refugee, Nathaniel is Jewish and Ichimei is Japanese &ndash; keeps them together. Ichimei is Alma's true love, but she marries Nathaniel. Yet their lives remain linked, as they share a terrible secret.&nbsp;<br />
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<strong>About BorderKitchen </strong><br />
<span style="font-size: 12.8000001907349px;">BorderKitchen is an initiative from the same organisation behind Crossing Border festival in The Hague.&nbsp;</span>BorderKitchen offers you the chance to meet nationally and internationally acclaimed authors. These sessions are often in the form of an interview, combined with a reading from the author's latest work.&nbsp;Given the often considerable interest in these literary events, the organization advises you to reserve your tickets quickly if you spot a BorderKitchen you'd like to attend.&nbsp;<br />
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<strong>Location </strong><br />
Located in the heart of The Hague, the Koninklijke Schouwburg or Royal Theatre, is one of the Netherlands' leading theatres, with the Dutch National Theatre as permanent artists in residence. This is a very modern theatre in a classic house.

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