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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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Inside Pound’s Kensington Room

  Pound lived in this tiny room from 1909 to 1914. He arrived a fledgling; he left a genius. Lots of people visited him here including Tagore, Frost and DH Lawrence. He made his name here so much so that … Continue reading

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THE KENSINGTON MODERNISTS A witty, information-rich, psychogeographical stroll through the streets of Kensington along the ‘the Golden Mile of Modernism’. Rub shoulders with the giants of early 20th century English, Irish and American literature who all seem to have lived in … Continue reading

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