Dervla Murphy in conversation with Jasper Winn, 8 July

dervla-murphy460_1670571cJasper Winn is a good friend of the blog and it seems he is to appear at Waterstones, Cork in conversation with Dervla Murphy on Wednesday 8th July at 7pm. For details phone 021 4276522.

Dervla Murphy will also be appearing at the Junction Festival in Clonmel on Monday 6th July at 7pm. For more information go to: The Junction Festival

And at the ‘Literary Brunch’ West Cork Literary Festival on Saturday 18th July with Anthony Sattin. For more information go to: West Cork Literary Festival

In November you can catch Dervla in London at the Slightly Foxed Readers Day, at the Art Workers Guild, Bloomsbury on Saturday 7th November. For more information go to: Slightly Foxed.

 

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One thought on “Dervla Murphy in conversation with Jasper Winn, 8 July

  1. Willie Scraggs

    Dervla Murphy described her visits to Romania in a fine travelogue which bears the somewhat disguised title of ‘Transylvania and Beyond’; I suppose that the latter title is a bit more catchy and marketable than say ‘Romania’. Still, that didn’t stop Sacheverell Sitwell from calling his travelogue written in 1938 ‘Roumanian Journey’. Sitwell’s book contains a few pages of ugly anti-Semitic rant. Yet, I should say that it is not just the finest literary travel book about Romania which I have read, but one of the finest travelogues I have ever read. PLF was influenced by Sitwell, but he never came near to Sitwell’s mature simplicity and stylistic elegance. My OUP 1992 edition of Sitwell’s book contains a foreword by PLF.

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