As part of its 2003 centenary programme, the Keats-Shelley House is holding a three-day literary festival in collaboration with the British School at Rome.

The festival focuses on the relationships between Romanticism and contemporary poetry, and will include distinguished speakers from the literary circles of Britain and America, including Anthony Hecht, Tom Paulin, Philip Hobsbaum, Grevel Lindop, Michael O'Neill and Duncan Wu.

The event is open to students and members of the public, and admission is free.

General Info

Address Fri 12 Sept 09.30-18.30, Sat 13 Sept 09.30-17.30, Sun 14 Sept 09.30-13.00. Lectures are at the Sainsbury Lecture Theatre of the British School at Rome, Via Gramsci 61, 00197 Rome. For information tel. 066784235.

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Keats-Shelley House Centenary Poetry Festival

Fri 12 Sept 09.30-18.30, Sat 13 Sept 09.30-17.30, Sun 14 Sept 09.30-13.00. Lectures are at the Sainsbury Lecture Theatre of the British School at Rome, Via Gramsci 61, 00197 Rome. For information tel. 066784235.