Biographer Rosemary Sullivan on 'Stalin's Daughter'

Biographer Rosemary Sullivan on ‘Stalin’s Daughter’

B-Unlimited will organise an interview with the Canadian writer and biographer Rosemary Sullivan in The Hague Public Library on Wednesday, 22 May. Sullivan will talk about ‘Stalin’s Daughter’, her award-winning biography.

Rosemary Sullivan is a celebrated poet and biographer. Her biography Stalin’s Daughter: The Extraordinary and Tumultuous Life of Svetlana Alliluyeva has been published in 23 countries, received acclaim and won a number of awards. She has written 14 books, including the international bestseller Villa Air-Bel: World War II, Escape, and a House in Marseille.

Sullivan was able to gain access to the archives of the KGB, CIA and the Soviet government and worked on the biography together with Svetlana, the daughter of the ruthless Russian dictator.

Sullivan will be interviewed by Russian history and literature expert Michel Krielaars. He is also head of the books section of the NRC Handelsblad newspaper.

This program is in English.

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The B-Limited programme will take place from 20.30 to 22.00 hrs. on Wednesday, 22 May in Studio B in the Central Library (Spui 68) in The Hague.

The programme is free for students and high school students; € 7.00 for members of The Hague Public Library and holders of the Ooievaarspas and CJP. Otherwise the price is € 10.00 per person. Tickets can be purchased through the website of Eventbrite.

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