Category Archives: Modernism

THE LIFELONG DEATH OF TS ELIOT

The Lifelong Death of TS Eliot is a new walk by Niall McDevitt exploring the Kensington habitat of the American who was surprisingly voted ‘the nation’s favourite poet’ in a 2009 poll. http://www.bbc.co.uk/pressoffice/pressreleases/stories/2009/10_october/08/poetry.shtml Though Eliot is associated with Bloomsbury and with … Continue reading

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YEATS HULK SLIDE

The buildings of Kensington Modernism are covered in a thin 2cm layer of glass and sunlight Sunday the 28th of February 2016 The sun is held up in an optimistic high for February 2 til 5pm mimicking May All the … Continue reading

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THE MODERNISTS: WERE THEY ANTI-SEMITES?

A unique literary walk in Kensington is set to debate the vexed question of whether or not the giants of literary modernism in England were anti-semitic. Since their heyday in the 10’s, 20’s and 30’s, and especially following WWII, various accusations have … Continue reading

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