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31 - 33 Oxford Street,
|Wed 13 May||Telling it like it was; Coal mining in Kent|
|Fri 15 May||WhitLit: Celebrating the Novel - Frank Foley|
|Sat 16 May||Adam Chodzko & Chloe Aridjis|
|Sat 16 May||Calories & Corsets: A History of Dieting|
|Sat 16 May||King John and the Magna Carta - Marc Morris|
|Sat 16 May||Riots, Rebels & Revolutionaries|
Join Frank Foley for a journey of exploration into the wonderful space we call the novel.
With reference to some of the greatest novels ever written, celebrate breath-taking openings, unforgettable characters, and unresolvable moral dilemmas. If you love reading novels and want to share your ideas, this free, 2-hour workshop is for you. You will find the atmosphere of a friendly, accessible book club, with the structure and focus of a professional seminar.
Frank Foley has a BA in English Literature from the University of Wales, Cardiff, and an MA in English from the University of Kent. He has run his 'Connect with Literature' courses for nine years, tutoring hundreds of classes, and accumulating thousands of hours with seminar groups. Frank loves literature, but discussing its finer points with groups of like-minded people is his passion.
|Fri 15 May 2015||11:00 to 13:00|
To ensure entry get your free ticket via the Horsebridge box office.