NINETEENTH AND TWENTIETH CENTURY NOVELS
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WHEN:
1.45 pm - Alternate Mondays
WHERE:
Lansdown, Bath

The group analyses novels from the mid-Victorian period, such as the works of Elizabeth Gaskell, Charlotte Brönte and Anthony Trollope, through to those of twentieth century writers such as E.M.Forster, D.H.Lawrence and Evelyn Waugh.

Members of the group are asked from time to time to prepare particular themes or to talk about plot development, characters and historical context.

We have limited space for new members but, if you'd like more information, u3a members can contact us via the details in the members’ newsletter. Non-members can email us at:




PROGRAMME FROM 7TH MARCH TO 25th JULY 2022
Benjamin Disraeli Sybil
Allan, Grant The woman who did
Cather, Willa My mortal enemy
Gaskell, Elizabeth Ruth
Lampedusa, Giuseppe Tomasi di The Leopard
James, Henry The portrait of a lady
Sand, George Indiana
Bronte, Emily Wuthering Heights
Smollett, Tobias The expedition of Humphrey Knlinker
Greene, Graham The end of the affair
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