A Webinar by Thomas Banks and Michael Williams
The 20th century was an era in which poetry gradually became less and less culturally visible. Among the last exemplars of the craft who were truly public figures of international reputation were an American who became an Englishman, and an Englishman who became an American. T.S. Eliot and W.H. Auden were each the master of an instantly recognizable poetic style, and likewise at odds with the period in which their lives unfolded. Join Thomas Banks with poet and guest lecturer Michael Williams to learn more about Eliot, Auden, their poetry and other writings, and the drama of Modernist literature against the backdrop of “The Age of Anxiety”.
September 28th at 7:00 PM ET
Available LIVE or LATER