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mystery repeating: what to know about Deleuze

First as tragedy, second as dystopian hellscape.

What are the compulsions and the freedoms, the benefits and the constraints, the eruptions and rhythms of theorizing repetition? 72 more words

Reading Groups

Women’s Prize for Fiction 2018

We have been shadowing the Women’s Prize for Fiction 2018

Warwickshire’s wonderful “super readers” group has again been reading the six shortlisted books for the prize… 571 more words

Staff Book Reviews

Librarians Uncorked - reading group

Librarians Uncorked is a new reading group set up by ELISA and CILIPS EAST.

The first meeting will be Thursday 28th June 5:30pm @ The Wash Bar

Events

Ruthin Library Reading Group - 13th June, 7.30

The Insect Farm – Stuart Prebble

When 20-year-old Jonathan Maguire wakes up in a pool of blood and with a dead body beside him, his shock and grief quickly turn to panic. 83 more words

Reading Groups

Rhyl Library Reading Group - 7th June, 11.00

Sanctus – Simon Toyne

A robed man throws himself from the top of the oldest inhabited place on earth, an ancient citadel in Turkey. For some it is a sign of great events to come. 31 more words

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MAKE A NOISE IN LIBRARIES 2018

Connecting blind and partially sighted people with books and reading – 4 to 17 June 2018

Make a Noise in Libraries (MANIL) is an annual campaign designed to bring public libraries and blind and partially sighted people together to celebrate reading and highlight library services they may not be aware of. 251 more words

Events And Activities

the art of the concept

How does art think? What kind of conceptuality inheres in the aesthetic? What artistic revolutions and political-economic transformations help account for the contemporary preponderance of “conceptual art” and “autofiction”? 112 more words

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