Hay Festival. Photo: Sam J Peat
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Kapka Kassabova: Quiet Flows the Una by Faruk Šehic
Peter Florence: Sansibar, oder der letzte Grund by Alfred Andersch
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Billy Bragg: Who’s Buried Where in England by Douglas Greenwood
Michael Rosen: Poems by Li Po
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