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3 Dec 2007
In the light of the recent publication of Eye Rhymes, a book of largely unseen paintings and sketches by Sylvia Plath and new essays by Plath scholars, this evening revisits the great poet's life and work, focusing on the relationship between the visual and verbal.
Poet Adam O'Riordan joins gothic folk chanteuse Catherine Anne Davies (who will also sing), National Theatre multimedia designer Mark Grimmer and award-winning playwright and actor Elisabeth Gray. Chair: Sally Bayley of Jesus College, Oxford.
This talk will be preceeded by a specially commissioned series of responses to Plath in song, animation, and film.