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Ali Smith at UEA’s Spring Literary Festival

The fourth event in 2015’s Spring Literary Festival began with an introduction from UEA’s Philp Langeskov which summarised Ali Smith and her writing perfectly. An author who refuses to conform to genre and expectation, winner of the Goldsmiths Prize and the Costa novel of the year award and shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize, she…

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Parallel Entities: Stepping into Ali Smith’s Latest Novel

Ali Smith’s new novel, How To Be Both, explores the lives of two characters: a 21st century teenage girl struggling to deal with the loss of her mother, and a 15th century Italian painter narrating posthumously. Throughout the novel, parallels are drawn between the lives of the two characters and their similarities are accentuated throughout…

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UEA pilots Pets As Therapy society

Last Thursday, seven dogs and their volunteer owners visited UEA in an attempt to introduce a Pets as Therapy (PAT) society for students. The club, if established, would aim to help students with a disability, mental health problems, depression, stress or  loneliness through interaction and therapeutic involvement with animals. The two pilot days that have…

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