Dr Trudi Tate Presents Study Day on Virginia Woolf, September 2016

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Image credit: Virginia Woolf, 1927
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Dr Trudi Tate, Clare Hall, Director of Literature Cambridge, presents a study day on Virginia Woolf: Reading to The Lighthouse. With lectures by Professor Dame Gillian Beer, Professor Frances Spalding, and Dr Trudi Tate. Twenty-four people are booked for a day’s immersion in Woolf’s much-loved novel of art, yearning, and loss. Stapleford Granary, Saturday 17 September 2016, 10.30am-5.00pm. Participants are of all ages and are coming from various parts of Britain and from abroad (Denmark, Barcelona, Japan). Further study days are coming up soon.

http://www.literaturecambridge.co.uk/study-days/

 

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