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Reframing First World War poetry
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Reframing First World War poetry

Dr Santanu Das considers how the examination of war poetry has changed and looks beyond typical British trench lyric to explore the variety of poetic responses.

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The fear of invasion
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The fear of invasion

In the 19th century, the British feared invasion by the French, terrorists and even aliens. Mike Ashley explains how these concerns were reflected in literature.

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Churchill’s Heroines: Female Spies in WWII
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Churchill’s Heroines: Female Spies in WWII

Remarkable tales of female bravery from WWII

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Literature and the transformation of topography: the case of Kenilworth Castle, 1700–1850 | British Library - Picturing Places
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Literature and the transformation of topography: the case of Kenilworth Castle, 1700–1850 | British Library - Picturing Places

Dale Townshend examines the cultural transformation of the ruined Tudor palace at Kenilworth following the publication of Sir Walter Scott's tragic romance in 1821.

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Eccles Centre Events and Conferences 2014
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Eccles Centre Events and Conferences 2014

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Eccles Centre Events and Conferences 2013
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Eccles Centre Events and Conferences 2013

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