Voices From Elsewhere: Yannick Haenel (English)
Yannick Haenel is the award winning French author of several novels including The Messenger and the co-founder of avant-garde literary journal Ligne de risque.
At our Gala Night of Storytelling: Voices From Elsewhere, he presents a story of his two wartime grandfathers and their very different silences.
Translated by Penny Hueston and read by Dan Spielman. The French version, read by Haenel himself, is also available.
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