DallowayDay 2022: Nancy Cunard and 1920s Paris with Anne de Courcy

I am absolutely delighted to be in conversation with biographer extraordinaire Anne de Courcy as part of the Virginia Woolf Society’s Dalloway Day this year, the theme of which is Modern/ist Women – and who could be more modern & more modernist than Nancy Cunard, the subject of Anne’s latest book:

As we will discover, Nancy Cunard’s move to Paris in the early 1920s allowed her the freedom to be fully herself as a person, poet, publisher & increasingly political activist.

And we may even pop down to the Riviera and into the life of another fabulously modern woman, Coco Chanel, if there’s time!

Do join us if you can. Full details are at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/dallowayday-2022-modernist-women-hatchards-piccadilly-tickets-337301587127 – all welcome!


About TheCommonViewer

Independent Researcher: gently exploring the art and artists of early 20th century Britain (with forays elsewhere, in particular Russian Art History); the Art, Books & History Group meets monthly in Southend-on-Sea Twitter: @TheCommonViewer

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