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Primrose Hill lecture Series 2017: John Mullan on Jane Austen

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28th June: John Mullan on Jane Austen

Blushing. Illness. The weather. Just some of the topics John Mullan, Lord Northcliffe Professor of English at UCL, gets to grips with in his book What Matters in Jane Austen? (2012). In the bicentenary of Austen's death, Mullan will explore how some of these seemingly inconsequential ideas illuminate pressing themes in Austen's much-loved classics. Mullan's detailed textual knowledge, and his lively and impassioned delivery, will guarantee a fascinating and fun evening for both Austen enthusiasts and all lovers of literature.

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The talks run from (Note:NEW Start time) 7.00 - 8.00pm including Q & A. Bookselling follows (Books supplied by Primrose Hill Books)
Doors - and the bar - are open from 6.30PM.

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Single lecture: £12/£10 concessions (OAPs, unemployed, students)
Full Series: £50/£40 concessions (one ticket per lecture)
Children under 16: free (a donation is encouraged)

One complimentary drink is included with each ticket.

Book online for any of the lectures in the series from Eventbrite.(Online bookings are subject to a small booking fee)

Buy in church, from the Parish Office or at the back of church on Sundays
Primrose Hill Books on Regents Park Road, will also be selling tickets during hours of business.

You can read more details about all our speakers this year by visiting our Website

Please CLICK HERE for other booking and venue FAQS

Or you can call Parish Office on 020 7722 3238 for more information (9.30am - 2.30pm Monday - Friday)

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