06 November 2011

Announcement: Borage & Hellebore

The Anthony Powell Society is pleased to announce ...



Borage and Hellebore
The Many Sides of Anthony Powell’s Art


with
Dr Nicholas Birns*
and guests

Conference Room, St James’s Church
Piccadilly, London, W1

Saturday 17 March 2012
1345 hrs


Tickets £10
(includes tea/coffee and cake)

Is A Dance to the Music of Time the only reason to read Anthony Powell?
Or do his other novels, memoirs, journals, reviews, criticism, biography and plays offer a body of work fully the equal of Dance?
Join Nick Birns and guests for an invigorating afternoon debate on whether Anthony Powell was the author of one great work or the great author of many works in multiple genres.

A rare opportunity to hear and debate with one of the world’s experts on Anthony Powell’s works

Members and non-members welcome.

Please book by email to secretary@anthonypowell.org.

* Nick Birns teaches English literature and humanities at Eugene Lang College, the New School, New York and is author of Understanding Anthony Powell (U. South Carolina Press; 2004) and Theory After Theory: An Intellectual History of Literary Theory from 1950 to the Early 21st Century (Broadview; 2010). He is author of several other books as well as papers and reviews in a wide range of publications.

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