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13 hours ago
Saturday 11 February 2017
Room P61, Université Saint-Louis, Rue du Marais 119, 1000 Brussels
Entrance charge: €5 for each presentation (no charge for members)
10.30 (doors open at 10.00 for coffee):
Talk by Judith Collins: ‘Disguise, deception and concealment in Jane Eyre’
Judith Collins, a former school librarian and National Trust guide, will explore the various different kinds of disguises in Charlotte Brontë’s best-seller.
Talk by Paul Gretton: ‘Some literary themes and sources of Wuthering Heights: The Disruptive Intruder, The Fascinating Baddie, The Star-crossed Lovers, Digging up your Girlfriend… (as one does)’
Paul Gretton read English at Oxford University in the 1960s. A translator who lives in the Netherlands, he has also taught English at higher education institutions in Canada and Germany.