Shortlisted for the 2014 Stella Prize

Burial Rites – Hannah Kent

Fiction · Pan Macmillan

Burial Rites

About the book

“Unlike many writers who base their novels on real events, Hannah Kent has not allowed her meticulous research to swamp her story or to pull the drama of her narrative out of shape.

– 2014 Stella Prize Judges

Hannah Kent

About the author


Hannah Kent

Judges’ report


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