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Memoir, Identity, Experience

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Time: 5.30pm
Venue: British Library, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB
Price: Student Tickets £8
Speaker(s): Professor Norma Clarke

Memoir, Identity, Experience

Kingston University's Professor Norma Clarke will be speaking about her new book, a family memoir called Not Speaking, at the British Library on 3rd June at 6.30 pm. The event is a discussion of memoir-writing, identity and experience and features two other speakers: historian Sarah Knott, whose new book Mother: an Unconventional History has received rapturous praise and Tessa McWatt, a prize-winning novelist whose memoir Shame on Me: An Anatomy of Race and Belonging will appear in the Autumn.

All welcome. Student tickets are discounted to £8 for this British Library Event.

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Contact: Norma Clarke
Email: N.Clarke@kingston.ac.uk

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