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SALFORD MUSEUM HOSTS TALK ON WW1 POET
This Monday, 14 November 2016 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm Salford Museum hosts a talk on the brilliant WW1 poet David Jones.

What's On Guide

Date and time:  Monday, 14 November 2016 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Cost:  £2 per person

No booking required

Suitable for:  All

David Jones (1895-1974) was a poet, artist and mystic who also fought in World War One at Ypres and the Somme. 

Not many people have heard of him despite the fact that the famous poet T.S. Eliot considered his great war poem In Parenthesis "a work of genius". This talk will look at Jones' extraordinary life and consider examples of his art and poetry.

Telephone:  0161 778 0800

 


KARL

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