3) The Noirwich Lecture: Yelena Moskovich
Friday 9 Sept | 18:30, The Enterprise Centre, UEA
Presented in partnership with the National Centre for Writing
Award-winning Soviet-Ukrainian born novelist and artist Yelena Moskovich will deliver the 2022 Noirwich Lecture. Moskovich’s timely intervention will reflect on the volatility and mutability of the written word - and the world - and why ‘Every Russian literary work is a crime novel’.
IT’S TERRIBLE TO BE TERRIBLE AND STILL WANT LOVE
This is a story about how terrible it is to be alive and how wonderful it is to be dead. This is a love story about hate. This is a crime looking to be punished. This is a story ashamed of its story. It’s the same old story. It cannot speak of what it has seen. The story is the transcript of this witness, who was not there, who saw nothing, and who died before being born.
- Yelena Moskovich
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a) The Noirwich Lecture - Standard Ticket
b) The Noirwich Lecture - Concession Ticket