Tag: Literary

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Esteemed literary journal finds new home at UEA

The Critical Quarterly literary journal will now be based in the University of East Anglia. Since its start at the University of Cambridge in 1958, the journal has published literary criticism, cultural studies, poetry and fiction. ‘CQ has a great tradition of printing brilliant but accessible criticism, across the whole historical range of English Literature,…

Arts

UEA Autumn Literary Festival: Claire Tomalin

On the stage is a tall pile of books giving an indication of Tomalin’s illustrious literary career. She is best known for her biographies of historical literary figures, including Charles Dickens and his lover Ellen Turner, but here she is sticking closer to home for this discussion of her latest work: her autobiography. Before Tomalin…

Arts, Venue

UEA literary festival

UEA literary festival 2016 kicked off with ardent literary humourist, interpreter of the academy and longtime friend of the festival, David Lodge. Now in his 80th decade, Lodge showed no physical signs of deterioration as he graced the stage to discuss the release of a trilogy of books spanning his career in more respects than…

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