Literature Cambridge

Literature Cambridge

  • Row of Cambridge students at Crag talk
  • Two ladies at the Botanic Garden tour
  • 2019 Summer Course - whole class
  • Supervisions at Summer Course 2019
  • Tall pot and flowers at Botanic Gardens

Photos by Jeremy Peters

£100 discount on 2020 Summer courses and student price for Study Days

Top-quality literature courses taught by Cambridge academics. CAMcard holders: please book at the student price and bring your CAMCard to the event.

Reading Toni Morrison's Beloved

Saturday 18 January 2020

Study this great tale of memory and trauma, set at the end of slavery in the US. With Kasia Boddy and Michael Kalisch.

Details: www.literaturecambridge.co.uk/beloved

Reading Jane Austen's Emma

Saturday 21 March 2020

Study Day on one of Austen's best-loved novels, with Fred Parker and Louise Joy.

Details: www.literaturecambridge.co.uk/emma

Literature Cambridge Summer Courses

Virginia Woolf's Women, 19-24 July 2020

A new look at some of Woolf's great women characters, and at some of the important women in her life, such as Vanessa Bell, Katherine Mansfield, Ethel Smyth, Julia Stephen.

https://www.literaturecambridge.co.uk/woolf-2020/. Followed by an optional trip to Sissinghurst.

Reading the 1920s

How did authors in Britain write about the decade after the First World War? We study works by TS Eliot, Forster, Lawrence, Radclyffe Hall, Woolf, plus First World War writings. 26-31 July 2020 https://www.literaturecambridge.co.uk/1920s

 

CAMcard holders are welcome to book at the student price.

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