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Women in films & Literatura

If you enjoy watching films in English and would like to learn more about English-speaking authors, from the 26th of November to 17th December APABAL (Associacio del Professorat d’Anglès de les Illes Balears), will be showing four selected titles which deal with different representations of women as the main theme.

Anybody with an intermediate, advanced or proficient level of English can attend. Entrance is free and you’re welcome to bring along a friend.

6 thoughts on “Women in films & Literatura

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  2. I read ‘Lady Lazarus’ in the degree too. I found it special, so extreme to me. (I think it was in the subject ‘Gender and Literature’, UNED). Sylvia Plath’s case reminded me Ian Curtis (singer of the group ‘Joy Division’, poet who also commited suicide). All that was very sad!
    Regards

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  3. I read ‘Lady Lazarus’ in the degree too. I found it special, so estreme to me. (I think it was in the subject ‘Gender and Literature’, UNED). Sylvia Plath’s case reminded me Ian Curtis (singer of the group ‘Joy Division’, poet who also commited suiside). All that was very sad!
    Regards

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  4. I haven’t watched this film and due to that I have classes with A1 groups on this day, will unfortunately miss the event. I remember studying Sylvia Plath in English literature and found her poems astonishing, to say the least, especially Lady Lazarus, Daddy and Blackberrying. The way Sylvia died, or took her life, is something that I have often pondered over. Terrible!

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