Irene Nemirovsky and Suite francaise
- Arts and Law, International, Research, Social Sciences, Students
Irène Némirovsky was a French-Russian-Jewish novelist who died in Auschwitz in 1942. Her unfinished novel Suite française, written in 1940-41 and published posthumously in France in 2004, immediately became an international bestseller, but its publication in the 21st century has also caused controversy. Dr Angela Kershaw's lecture explores the work of Irène Némirovsky, with an opportunity for discussion at the end.
Date: Wed 20 Mar, 2-3pm
Venue: Arts Building (R16 on map), Lecture Room 7 (Second Floor)
Booking: Free admission, booking required. Please email L.Crutchley@bham.ac.uk to reserve a place.
Organiser: Department of Modern Languages
This event is part of the University of Birmingham Arts & Science Festival (Monday 18 - Sunday 24 March 2013). For full details of the festival programme, please click here.