Lore Segal’s internationally acclaimed autobiographical novel OTHER PEOPLE’S HOUSES is out in a new edition from Sort of Books in the UK, timed to mark the 80th anniversary of the kindertransport. A beautiful, in-depth profile of Lore in the Financial Times gives an overview of her fascinating personal story and tremendous career, along with noting that the novel is “newly relevant as a tide of anti-migrant sentiment and anti-Semitism surges in the west.”

In a recent review, The Observer similarly noted that OTHER PEOPLE’S HOUSES is “both moving and newly relevant…It was first published 54 years ago and yet feels as timely as any book I’ve read this year.”

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