Pilgrimages: A Journal of Dorothy Richardson Studies No. 6 (2013-2014)

Friday 15 May 2015

2015 marks the centenary of the publication of Dorothy Richardon's Pointed Roofs, the first novel to be described as 'stream of consciousness' (by May Sinclair in The Egoist in 1918) and the first volume of Richardson's novel cycle Pilgrimage.

The Dorothy Richardson Society would like to invite you to an event in Bloomsbury to celebrate this anniversary.

Time: 17.00-19.00
Date: Friday 15 May 2015
The Court and Jessel rooms
University of London
1st Floor Senate House
Malet Street
London WC1E 7HU


17.00 Lecture: Deborah Longworth (University of Birmingham), Dorothy Richardson's Pointed Roofs.
17.45 Panel discussion: Laura Marcus (University of Oxford), Jo Winning (Birkbeck College), Scott McCracken (Keele University), Deborah Longworth.
18.15 Questions and discussion.
18.45 Wine Reception

"In this series there is no drama, no situation, no set scene. Nothing happens. It is just life going on and on. It is Miriam Henderson’s stream of consciousness going on and on. And in neither is there any grossly discernible beginning or middle or end."

May Sinclair, The Egoist (1918)

The event is free, but if you are going please inform Tracey Harrison