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Tuesday

May 31

Delve Readers Seminars   Online   summer  

Virginia Woolf: Mrs. Dalloway, Orlando, and a Room of One’s Own

One of the most talented and prolific writers of her (or any) generation, Virginia Woolf published novels, short stories, plays, essays, reviews, a biography (of Roger Fry), and an impressionistic, vividly realized memoir. She is a central figure of modernism, admired for her innovative style and attention to craft. In this seminar we will read

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Wednesday

Jun 29

Wednesday

Jun 29

BIPOC only   Delve Readers Seminars   Online   Summer 2022  

Signs. Spoken. Memory. Theresa Hak Kyung Cha’s Dictee

This seminar is for BIPOC participants only Celebrating the 40th anniversary of this seminal publication, we will study Theresa Hak Kyung Cha’s Dictee along with some of its academic critique. This work in many ways defies categorization--with its mixture of French and English, text and images, and the poetic and political. Though it has been described

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Tuesday

Jul 5

Delve Readers Seminars   Online   Summer 2022  

Feminist Horror and Millennial Anxiety in South Korean Literature

Cursed Bunny by Bora Chung  and Love in the Big City by Sang Young Park have just been translated into English from the original Korean and have recently been longlisted for the Booker prize. Though very different from one another, by reading both we can get a taste of the exciting landscape that is modern Korean literature. Cursed

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Wednesday

Aug 10

Tuesday

Aug 23

Delve Readers Seminars   Fall 2022   Online  

“First – Poets – Then the Sun”: Emily Dickinson’s Craft, Life, and Legacy

Emily Dickinson has achieved the rarest of distinctions for a nineteenth-century poet (and a female one at that): lasting, evolving fame. Having escaped the confines of academic study and school syllabi, Dickinson has become a popular figure beloved by a wide and varied readership and the subject of films, television programs, and fan clubs. She

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