Schrijvers in de Stevenskerk | Rosita Steenbeek
Want to escape the hustle and bustle in the city during the Vierdaagsefeesten? Sit back in the Stevenskerk with the most beautiful stories by writers Rosita Steenbeek and Pieter Waterdrinker. The authors will be guests separately on 17 and 18 July from 2 pm to 3 pm in the Stevenskerk, at the invitation of the Gelderland South Library.
Rosita Steenbeek wrote successful novels such as The Last Woman, Schimmenrijk, Intensive Care, Ander licht and Rose, a family in wartime. She also writes about Rome, the city where she lives. Her novel Julia, the Emperor's Daughter, who died in 39 BC, was published in April of this year. was born in Rome. Rosita Steenbeek brings her to life, aided by thorough historical research, the poetry of Julia's contemporaries, and by visiting places from her life. In this beautiful historical novel, a temperamental woman emerges who makes her own choices, thwarted by her father who forces her into marriages that fit his political strategy.Automatically translated by Google Translate from dutch
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