Friday, 27 May 2011

Malcolm Lowry A hundred Years On: A Byronic Perspective

A lecture by Sir Drummond Bone, Liverpool University which I missed back in 2009:

Well why Lowry at this Lecture? Really just because one hundred years after his birth I wanted to think about Lowry again – back in the seventies I wrote a bit about him – and since then of course I have the Liverpool connection – Lowry having being born in 1909 in New Brighton and brought up in Caldy next to Hoylake – and I’ve also had the chance to visit some of the Lowry sights in Mexico. I remember having a morning beer in an empty bar opposite the original of Jacques Laruelle’s....Read more

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