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Literary Windows - Imitative Series and Clusters in Literature (Classical to Early Modern)


Monday, 25 September - 8:30am to Tuesday, 26 September - 6:30pm


The aim of this conference is to highlight the pervasiveness, varieties and significance of a particular literary device – that of “window reference” or “two-tier allusion” – which was present throughout classical, medieval and early modern literatures. The programme includes papers on literature in Ancient Greek, Latin, Middle-Irish, Neo-Latin, English, French, Italian, Polish and Portuguese.

See for further details, including a downloadable programme and a link to the registration page. Registration closes on 15 September, or as soon as fully booked.