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BRLSI Big Read Book Club: Good Morning Midnight by Jean Rhys

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Marie-Louise Luxemburg will introduce this brave, poetic and succinctly crafted modernist masterpiece by the author of Wide Sargasso Sea. Misunderstood when first published in 1939, it was decades ahead of its time in theme and tone but remains as brutally relevant today as it did over eighty years ago.

Marie-Louise is BRLSI convenor for History & Culture; writer and author of the historical novel Fragments of Indigo. She has spoken at BRLSI on historical or literary subjects on many occasions.

This event is FREE to members and tickets for non-members are £4; all participants need to register on the tickets page - thank you. (Discussion points will be set out in your confirmation email.)

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Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution is an independent treasure existing for the promotion of science, literature and art in the city of Bath and surrounding areas.

Bath Royal is non profit making and provides world class lectures for as little as £2 a ticket. It provide a community hub and maintains a rich geographical and ethnological collection of world renown and importance.

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