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Cinema and modernism
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Cinema and modernism

Modernism was concerned with everyday life, perception, time and the kaleidoscopic and fractured experience of urban space. Cinema, with its techniques of close-up, panning, flashbacks and montage

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International Times
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International Times

Explore 'International Times' on the British Library website

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Discovering Music: early 20th century
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Discovering Music: early 20th century

Explore key works of early 20th-century classical music and discover the social, political and cultural contexts in which they were written. Featured composers include Berg, Britten, Delius,

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An introduction to Ulysses
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An introduction to Ulysses

Since its publication in 1922, readers have been daunted, dazzled and puzzled by Ulysses. Katherine Mullin introduces James Joyce's novel, exploring both its commitment to modernist

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Culture quake: the Post Impressionist exhibition, 1910
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Culture quake: the Post Impressionist exhibition, 1910

Will Hodgkinson looks at the art exhibition which radically changed the course of art and culture in Britain.

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'The man from over the top of the hill': Simon Armitage on Ted Hughes
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'The man from over the top of the hill': Simon Armitage on Ted Hughes

Ted Hughes believed that poetry had the power to heal and transform, to change perceptions and to alter states. Like many of us, Simon Armitage first encountered Hughes’s poetry at school and was

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Auden and song
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Auden and song

W H Auden loved all kinds of music, from opera and nursery rhymes to blues and Broadway musicals, and wrote lyrics for numerous songs. Valentine Cunningham explores Auden’s musical influences and

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Fanzine culture
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Fanzine culture

Gavin Martin describes how 1970s punk rock led to the development of fanzine culture.

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Joan Littlewood
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Joan Littlewood

Kenneth Tynan once said of Joan Littlewood that she was ‘the most original and unpredictable director working in British theatre today’. Early life: London, Manchester and political

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The mystery and muddle of A Passage to India
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The mystery and muddle of A Passage to India

Kate Symondson explores the tensions and dualities at the heart of A Passage to India and the challenges E M Forster faced in writing the novel.

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