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Poetry Continues at the UCC Library

by Nik Grimsby on 2024-04-24T11:21:00-07:00 in Library & College Resources | 0 Comments


Catullus-Reading-His-Poems-to-FriendsLibrary Poetry Hour

April 25th at 3pm at the UCC Library 

Click here to register.

In ancient Rome, recitationes were a literary practice that involved one or more public readings of a text by the author.

Tomorrow, April 25th at 3pm, the UCC Library will be hosting our own recitationes with our second poetry hour. Come to recite your own work or a favorite. Don't want to share? Come and listen. This event is not exclusive to poetry, come and share a short story or essay instead. 

Need help finding a poem? Click here to access the LitFinder database. Simply type in an author or the word "poetry" and start exploring. 


Above painting: Catullus Reading His Poems to Friends by Stephan Bakalowicz


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