Latest articles tagged with ‘James Walker’

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How Nottingham Became A UNESCO City of Literature #NottsLit5

Nottingham becoming a UNESCO City of Literature in 2015 was by no means a certainty: rather, the odds were greatly against us. Here, some of the team...

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Literary Locations #69: Sneinton Market

Formed around 900 AD, the village of Notintone became known as Sneinton in 1194. Sneinton’s Market Square – which is not officially in Sneinton – is...

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Coronavirus and Literature: What we can learn from Michel de Montaigne

In the second of three blogs, James Walker turns to literature to find out how we can build a better world with words during these testing times....

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Coronavirus and Literature: What we can learn from Orwell.

In the first of three blogs, James Walker turns to literature to find out how we can build a better world with words during these testing times. In...

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