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Reading Paradise Lost with Jane Davis

July 2, 2013

Tree of Knowledge with SnakeReading Paradise Lost: a Short Course for Serious Readers led by Jane Davis
10am-4pm, Saturday 7th September
Calderstones Mansion House, Liverpool

Have you been meaning to get round to reading Paradise Lost but never found the time? Not sure where to begin with one of English Literature’s greatest epics? Already love Milton, and looking for an opportunity to read his words out loud?

Whatever your relationship to the poem, come and join Jane Davis, Founder and Director of The Reader Organisation, for this special Short Course for Serious Readers, focusing on  one of Milton’s most classic works. Spend a summer’s day in the beautiful surroundings of Calderstones Mansion House, the future International Centre for Reading and Wellbeing situated in Calderstones Park, Liverpool, where Jane will lead us in reading Paradise Lost, together.

Good and evil, temptation and betrayal, what it means to be human: this poem has it all. Let’s read it and share it together.

Places on this special course cost £30, including lunch / £15 concessionary rate for Get Into Reading group members, students, pensioners and unemployed.

Tempted? Contact Sophie Johnson on / 0151 207 7207 to reserve your place.

Find out more about our Short Courses for Serious Readers, as well as the other courses in our Literary Learning programme, by visiting the Courses section of our website.

One Comment leave one →
  1. Enid Stubin permalink
    July 3, 2013 4:21 pm

    What a privilege and delight to be able to attend this course!

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