Mapping “The Waste Land”

Herbert Illuminations: Adrian Barlow​

Join speaker Adrian Barlow for a talk offering an insight in to T.S. Eliot, his work and the context of his defining poem “The Waste Land”.

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Herbert Illuminations: Mapping “The Waste Land”

Tue 18 Sept, 12.30-1.30pm

Herbert Art Gallery & Museum

£3 payable on the door, no booking required

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Adrian Barlow

I live in Gloucestershire. Before retiring, I was Director of Public and Professional Programmes at the University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education. I’m President of the English Association and series editor of Cambridge Contexts in Literature. My recent publications include ‘World and Time: Teaching Literature in Context’ (C.U.P. 2009) and ‘Extramural: Literature and Lifelong Learning’ published by Lutterworth Press in March 2012. I’m a trustee of the Kempe Trust, and write a Kempe blog about my research into the stained glass of Charles Eamer Kempe and his Studio.

For (a lot) more about me, go to my website: www.adrianbarlow.co.uk

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Join us for the first of our events alongside the Journeys with “The Waste Land” exhibition, to see other Events on the link to the Events page.

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