3rd November 2018 Literature Course at The Art Workers' Guild
INNOCENCE BETRAYED: TWO CLASSIC NOVELS BY CLASSIC WRITERS
Antonia White's Frost in May and Elizabeth Bowen's The Death of the Heart
A One-Day Literature Course
Saturday 3rd November 2018
10.30 - 4.30
If you attend a regular book group and would like to take your conversations to a deeper level, or if you simply love literature and want to share your thoughts, why not try a day of insightful discussion led by writer and lecturer Lynn Knight in the elegant surroundings of The Art Workers' Guild?
'Intense, troubling, semi-miraculous' was Elizabeth Bowen's assessment of Frost in May (1933), Antonia White's classic portrait of a repressive convent school. Bowen's own novel, The Death of the Heart (1938), tells of sixteen-year-old Portia who, in the words of Tessa Hadley, 'wants to live now, not later'. Both are passionate narratives of innocence betrayed. Join us for the day to explore these two compelling novels at a beautiful venue in central London.
The Art Workers' Guild
6 Queen Square
London WC1N 3AT
Nearest Underground: Holborn or Russell Square
Buses: 58, 59, 168
Tea and Coffee will be provided
To book or make further enquiries: email firstname.lastname@example.org