Franz Kafka: A tribute night , STUC Glasgow 22nd October, 2014

k2Franz Kafka: A tribute night

STUC,  333 Woodlands Rd, Glasgow G3 6NG

22nd October, 2014

Franz Kafka (1883-1924) is rightly regarded as one of the most important writers of the twentieth century. His influence extends across the modern and contemporary novel, cinema, theatre, radio, dance and other art forms. The prevalence of the term Kafkaesque underlines his continuing cultural impact. The writers he has influenced include Albert Camus, Jorge Luis Borges and James Kelman. In cinema his influence can be seen in the work of film makers such as Orson Welles and David Lynch.

In the year of the ninetieth anniversary of his death, this tribute night will feature readings of works by Kafka: fragments, short stories, and extracts from novels. In addition, works inspired by Kafka and written by creative writing students of the Centre for Open Studies will be premiered. The evening will also feature music and discussion.

Date: Wednesday 22nd October, 6.30pm-9pm

Venue: STUC Building, Woodlands Road, Glasgow


You can book your place through the University of Glasgow COS: 0141-330-1860 / 1853 / 2772

This event is listed on page 60 of the current University of Glasgow Centre for Open Studies course brochure. You can view the listing and read about many other exciting new Creative Writing and Literature courses here: GU COS Brochure 2014/15

In conjunction with thi wurd

You can also pay at the door on the night

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This section: Books, Talks, Poetry and Creative Writing Events, Centre for Open Studies, University of Glasgow

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