The Meaning of One Life: Aislinn Hunter & Sarah Leipciger
Originally aired on November 01
Re-release September 02
The meaning of mortality and the impact of each human life are common themes in the newest books by authors Aislinn Hunter and Sarah Leipciger. Hunter questions the entwined fates of two very different refugees in a 1940 Spanish village, while the shadow of war lengthens over Europe, in The Certainties. Leipciger accounts three lives that intertwine across oceans and time, beginning on the banks of the River Seine in 1899, when a young woman plunges into the icy water, in Coming Up for Air. Join the writers in intimate conversation about these stories and the inspirations for these vividly moving tales.
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