Prof. Mark Ford and Dr Tony Fincham discuss Hardy's Landscapes CANCELLED
Tuesday 13th October 2020
Starts 12:30
Dorford Centre, Bridport Road, Dorchester, Dorset DT1 1RR

* THIS EVENT - AS WITH THE WHOLE OF THE DORCHESTER LITERARY FESTIVAL - HAS NOW BEEN CANCELLED. OUR SINCERE APOLOGIES FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE CAUSED. FOR QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT THE THS SECRETARTY - DR TRACY HAYES info@hardysociety.org

 

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Professor Mark Ford and Dr Tony Fincham discuss Hardy's Landscapes

A Dorchester Literary Festival Event

Tuesday 13th October, 12.30pm

Professor Mark FordMark Ford is Professor of English at University College, London, and author of the highly acclaimed Thomas Hardy: Half a Londoner. Other recent publications include the poetry collection Enter, Fleeing (Faber & Faber) and This Dialogue of One: Essays on Poets from John Donne to Joan Murray (Eyewear). He is currently writing a book on Thomas Hardy's poems about Emma.

Dr Tony FinchamDr Tony Fincham is the Chairman of the Thomas Hardy Society, and the author of Exploring Thomas Hardy’s Wessex – an easy to follow introduction to Hardy’s landscapes – ‘the partly-real, partly-dream country’ of his novels and poetry. The book contains a series of walks based upon the texts of Hardy's novels including Far from the Madding Crowd, Tess of the d’Urbervilles, The Mayor of Casterbridge, The Return of the Native and The Woodlanders, along with detailed references to Hardy’s poetic locations.

Tickets for Dorchester Literary Festival Events will be on sale through their website from 26th August.

https://www.dorchesterliteraryfestival.com

 

    

     

 

 

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