Peter Francev, “Byron’s Sublime”
Byron Society Lecture, 13th November
6.30-8.00pm, at the Art Workers Guild, London
£5.00 for Members;
£7.00 for Non-Members.
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Peter Francev, Lecturer at Victor Valley College (California), is flying to London for our November Byron Society Lecture.
This lecture will explore Byron’s utilisation of the sublime, beginning with his earliest influence in Longinus and then moving into his more contemporary guides such as Edmund Burke and Immanuel Kant. The influence of these Titans of the Sublime will be traced in some of Byron’s most popular and contentious works, including Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage (cantos III and IV). Manfred, Cain, and Don Juan.
Art Workers Guild
6 Queen Square
London WC1N 3AT
Drinks at 6.30
There will be a dinner for those who wish to join, details will be confirmed closer to the time.
£5.00 for Members
£7.00 for Non-Members
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