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SMLC outreach event

Wednesday 24th February, 16:00-17:30
University of Warwick

Rethinking Modern Languages: World Literature

This event will introduce you to different ways in which authors from across the world have used French in their creative writing. In two interactive sessions, we will consider how these writers have adopted and adapted the French language in novels, theatre, and poetry, as well as how they have incorporated other languages into their work. The sessions aim to give you a sense of the kinds of works and concepts you might study on a languages degree. You will also have the opportunity to take part in a Q+A session with current students studying a range of different languages at Warwick. No previous language knowledge is required, and while the event is primarily designed for Y12 students, pupils of all ages interested in Modern Languages are very welcome.

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