Centre for Possible Studies
64 Seymour Street
London, United Kingdom
More info A rare opportunity to workshop with Etel Adnan!
Following an evening of readings at the Serpentine Pavilion 2010 by Jean Nouvel, Etel Adnan will be leading a poetry master class at the Centre for Possible Studies.
The workshop will be conducted in English.
Born in Beirut in 1925, Etel Adnan is a poet, essayist and visual artist who currently divides her time between Lebanon, France and the USA. She has studied and taught at the Sorbonne, Harvard and Berkely retiring from a permanent teaching position in the late 1970s and now devotes herself to her art and writing. Etel Adnan, is a powerful voice in feminist and antiwar movements and has published several works of poetry and fiction. Sitt Marie Rose (1978) a novel set before and during the (1975-1990) Lebanese Civil War, is translated into over ten languages and considered a classic of Middle Eastern literature.
Selected Bibliography of English Publications
Sitt Marie Rose: A Novel (1978)
Master of the Eclipse (2009)
In the Heart of the Heart of Another Country (2005)
There: In the Light and the Darkness of the Self and of the Other (1997)
To Write in a Foreign Language (1996)
Of Cities and Women, Letters to Fawwaz (1993)
Paris, When It’s Naked (1993)
The Spring Flowers Own and the Manifestations of the Voyage (1990)
The Arab Apocalypse (1989)
Journey to Mount Tamalpais: An Essay (1985)
The Indian Never Had a Horse and Other Poems (1985)
From A to Z Poetry (1982)
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