Tuesday, 8th May 2018
Upper Room Town Hall

John Carey discusses his edited highlights of Milton’s Heaven and Hell with David Grylls: from the superhuman defiance of a ruined archangel to a pair of tragic lovers …responsible for the fate of the whole human race.
‘A celebration of a lifetime’s devotion to literature’ Financial Times
John Carey, Emeritus Professor at Oxford University, is one of our greatest living academics
His books include studies of John Donne, Charles Dickens and William Makepeace Thackeray, as well as The Intellectuals and the Masses, What Good Are the Arts? and a life of William Golding. His memoir, The Unexpected Professor, was a Sunday Times best seller.
David Grylls, Fellow of Kellogg College, Oxford and a literature tutor at the University’s Department for Continuing Education, has lectured widely in the USA and Europe. He reviews contemporary fiction for The Sunday Times. His publications include books on Charles Dickens and George Gissing.
This event is sponsored by Cutts of Campden, Ford in The Cotswolds
Tel: 01386 840213 www.cuttsofcampden.co.uk

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