Our next Page Breaks session will be on 22 September at 1 pm, and will consider Craig’s Brown’s essay on the peculiarities of biography.
“We live in the present, but we think in the past and in the present and in the future, and often all at the same time.”
- Craig Brown, ‘Nothing is Real: The Slippery Art of Biography‘ (via The TLS)
- Trigger warning: this piece briefly references victims of Auschwitz.
“Time” and “Place”
- Wed 22 September, 1 pm
- Zoom: Link (Password: pagebreaks)
Looking forward to seeing you all again soon! This event is run by Dorothy Butchard and Toria Johnson (email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org). Please email us if you have any questions, but you’re welcome to just turn up.
Page Breaks is a (very) informal weekly reading group within the Department of English Literature. All welcome!