Tag Archives: Pietra Palazzolo

Tenth Anniversary

2018 marks the tenth anniversary of the Centre for Myth Studies. On Friday 11 May, we shall celebrate the occasion with a day of talks, readings, and discussions which reflect the past and the future of the Centre. All are … Continue reading

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Report: Translating Myth book launch

The summer break gives us a chance to look back at some of the events that slipped by without comment over the past year. Chief among these is the book launch event held for Translating Myth in November. Co-editor Ben … Continue reading

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Translating Myth book launch

We are delighted to announce a Book Launch Symposium for Translating Myth to be hosted by the British Centre for Literary Translation (BCLT) at the University of East Anglia (UEA) on Wednesday 16 November, from 2 to 5 p.m. Arts … Continue reading

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Thursday 5 February: “‘The here and now’: storytelling and the “nothing landscape”

This week Dr Pietra Palazzolo introduces a discussion of the use of myth and metamorphosis in Graham Swift’s Waterland: “The here and now’: storytelling and the ‘nothing landscape’”. Click the link to see our poster: P-Waterland Myth Reading Group Thursday … Continue reading

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Wallace Stevens

As a bridge between the spring and summer terms we have two poems by Wallace Stevens. These poems were suggested by Pietra Palazzolo during our discussion of Fernando Pessoa.   Notes Towards a Supreme Fiction It Must Be Abstract I … Continue reading

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