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2011: The London Lecture

November 1, 2011

Category: Events (Pre - Aug 2013) |

Thursday 10th November 2011:
London Lecture

7.30 pm: At Birkbeck College - in the Keynes Library (room 114), 43 Gordon Square, London WC1. The Lecture will be given by Helen Lange, Vice-Chairman of The Thomas Hardy Society: 'Tess - a fitting cause for celebration?'This event is sponsored by Birkbeck School of English & Humanities.  Admission FREE

Helen Lange has a lifelong interest in Hardy and is currently Vice Chairman of the Thomas Hardy Society. She has an MA in English Literature from Sussex University. She pursued a career in education, teaching English as well occupying senior management roles. Since retiring three years ago she has divided her time between studying (she is currently working for an MA in History of Art at Birkbeck College) and voluntary work. Helen is married to Philip Lange, a classical pianist, and lives in the midst of Hardy's Vale of the Little Dairies.

London Lecture

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