This lecture focuses on contemporary British poetry (Carol Ann Duffy, Simon Armitage, Alice Oswald, Patience Agbabi, Kate Tempest et al.). It tries to shed light on the specific character of the British poetry scene by referring to the notion of ‚cultural memory‘, i.e., the body of culture-specific knowledge centring on the past which, through its assessment of a community’s shared history, governs the way a society defines itself.
- Event start
- 20. 12. 2017 14:10 - 15:45
- Faculty of Arts, Sweerts-Sporck Palace, Hybernská 3, Prague (Room 303)
- Organizing Institution
- Department of Czech and Comparative Literature, CUFA
- Event type