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Norwich Millennium Library -Norfolk County Council Nov 18
Doris Lessing's 'The Golden Notebook' is being discussed here by Dr Nonia Williams and Justine Mann on 22/11/19 at 7pm. Using archival material it explores Lessing’s creative process. It is a free event from the UEA. Book at
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Eastern Arc Dec 18
It was great to see the exhibition today. Particularly loved her rejection letter for an honour: 'There is something ruritannical about honours given in the name of a non-existent Empire.'
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GrafikLanguage Dec 21
The must-see exhibition at uses visual art and objects, alongside private correspondence and working papers, to explore the unfamiliar or forgotten aspects of Lessing’s life as well as iconic works that shaped her legacy.
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Doris Lessing Nov 18
Everyone welcome! An exhibition of student creative responses to the archive and excerpts from our exhibition will be on display.
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UEA Archives Nov 8
In preparation for our FREE event on 22 Nov, we've installed copies of a few exhibits from our centenary exhibition. Take a look next time you're . Register here for our event:
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The Reader Dec 3
Know anyone in ? On Fridays at 10am our group meets . If you enjoy reading and want to share that with other people, pop along - they're reading ! No pressure to contribute - just sit back and listen with a cup of tea.
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🔥 Anne Carlin Nov 24
Replying to @bairdjulia
I always felt a commitment to real all of a book. Then I read Her comments got me through Possession which I loved but couldn't manage lots of the poetry.
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AnthonyMoraWriter Jan 7
Patiently listen to others – and then do it your way.
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Norwich Millennium Library -Norfolk County Council Nov 21
'The Golden Notebook' by is being discussed tomorrow at Millennium Library by Dr Nonia Williams and Justine Mann at 7pm. They will be shedding new light on her work via archival material. Book a free ticket for this event at
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Andie Reynolds Jan 1
New Year’s Resolution #1 - read more biographies / autobiographies of women you admire. Start 2020 with one of the best...
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Mattie Nov 23
“With murder in my heart and what I hope is exquisite politeness I give them tea, sausages etc., and wish they were dead.”
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David Pecotić Nov 18
Whatever you’re meant to do, do it now. The conditions are always impossible. -
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Veronica Childe Nov 22
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Doris Lessing Nov 11
.Golf and in the same headline!
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Rachel Stirling Dec 17
Think wrongly if you please, but in all cases think for yourself.
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Outlived Nov 16
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Gerard Maroney Jan 14
Akin to the attitude of when talking of her abortions. She explained that the father's "stock" was of insufficient quality, therefore their children would be deficient.
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Rana Kabbani Nov 22
´Any conversation tended to drift towards the war, like an animal licking a sore place. There was a wariness, a weariness.’ -
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Stefano Villa Nov 16
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ronald Dec 30
Happy family life gone awry (by an alien?) . Pageturner.
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