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'The Legacy of Wilfred Owen' National Schools Competition

Discussion in 'English' started by stulee2, Nov 6, 2018.

  1. stulee2

    stulee2 New commenter

    To remind everyone of the national competition Oxford University is running as part of its #OwenLastDays project and supported by Penguin Books. In this your students can win Amazon vouchers and books of Owen's poetry.

    We have two categories to enter under - “Poster” and “Performance” - and are looking for posters from groups of students (max. 4) that place a poem by Owen in its historical context, or a performed recording that presents a reaction to the legacy of Owen's poetry. N.B. Entry forms should be completed by a teacher or member of staff at the school. The closing date for all entries is NOON, 30th November 2018.

    Full details available at: https://owen.web.ox.ac.uk

    Thanks to everyone who participated in our Twitter campaign around #OwenLastDays. If you want to see all the tweets and free online resources we have made available go to @ww1lit

    Stuart Lee & Hannah Simpson
    Faculty of English
    University of Oxford
     
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  2. stulee2

    stulee2 New commenter

    Dear All,

    If you followed our #OwenLastDays campaign on Twitter or Facebook and would be interested in providing some short feedback (10 questions at most) we would be very grateful if you could fill in the following questionnaire:

    https://oxford.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/owenlastdays

    As an incentive you will be entered into a prize draw to receive a free copy of Cambridge University Press's 'Companion to the Poetry of the First World War' (ed. S. Das).

    Yours

    Stuart Lee & Hannah Simpson
     

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