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Daljit Nagra – Poetry, Language & Identity

18 May 2015

Daljit Nagra photoWhat does it mean to be British? What does it mean to be Indian?

Can you be British at the same time as you are Indian or are you almost always neither? Are you almost always an outsider? Daljit Nagra – an award-winning poet and a teacher – talks with Civic Leicester about how these tensions affect or are reflected in his writing.

Click here to watch the video at Civic Leicester

Photo by Menage a Moi

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