THE SPIRIT of one of James Joyce’s closest friends made a welcome return to Dublin yesterday when Joan Budgen, daughter of Frank Budgen, presented several of her father’s most important books by the author to the James Joyce Centre in the city.
James Joyce: A New Biography By Gordon Bowker (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 608 pp., $35) THERE ARE CERTAIN artistic geniuses who demand that we should know their lives in detail, since for them the sto...
The Bodleian Libraries have announced today the gift of the Day-Lewis papers which belonged to the poet Cecil Day-Lewis (1904-1972) and his wife, actress Jill Balcon (1925-2009). The archive was donated to the Bodleian Libraries by their children, Tamasin and Daniel Day-Lewis and accompanies an initial literary bequest from Jill Balcon, following her death in 2009.
Dame Margaret Drabble has deposited 90 boxes of papers, including original drafts of her novels and letters to fellow writers including Ted Hughes and Harold Pinter, at the Cambridge University Library.
Early findings in an interdisciplinary study at Stanford University provide biological evidence that supports the value of literature. Neurobiological experts, radiologists, and literary scholars have joined forces to examine the relationship between reading, attention, and distraction, specifically the “cognitive dynamics of the different kinds of focus we bring to reading.”
By Rachel Foss, Lead Curator of Modern Literary Manuscripts: I have just come back from this year’s conference of the British Association for Victorian Studies (BAVS), hosted by the University of Sheffield.
The BBC Arena Documentary on T. S. Eliot, directed and produced by Adam Low, which aired in 2009 is available from A Piece of Monologue blog. For further information, see http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00l6km7
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