Contributed by: Elena Oderstone Published: 11/10/2017 Article Themes: Classic Literature, Jane Austen, Shakespeare, T. S. Eliot
Is technology is silencing the art of the spoken and written word?
Contributed by: Victoria Cleland Published: 10/10/2017 Comment Themes: Jane Austen, whyLiteratureMatters
Victoria Cleland, Chief Cashier, Bank of England, on the new Jane Austen banknote
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Pascale Petit is of French, Welsh and Indian heritage. Her seventh poetry collection Mama Amazonica won the 2018 RSL Ondaatje Prize (the first poetry collection to do so), was shortlisted for the Roehampton Poetry Prize and was a Poetry Book Society Ch …
Pascale Petit recommends Black Country, The Night Life of Trees, The Blind Owl, The Heights of Macchu Picchu, Mother of God.
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June 19, 2019
Today, Wednesday 19 June, we hold our second Dalloway Day celebrating Virginia Woolf’s work. Alongsi …
June 13, 2019
Sally Rooney wins the £10,000 Encore Award 2019 for best second novel of the year with her novel Nor …
May 29, 2019
Raynor Winn wins the £10,000 RSL Christopher Bland Prize in its inaugural year for her memoir The Sa …
May 16, 2019
We are delighted to announce the shortlist for the 2019 Encore Award for best second novel of the ye …