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Online Talk: Mary Barton’s Manchester

Join us online to discover the 1840s Manchester of Elizabeth Gaskell’s first novel, Mary Barton.

Back by popular demand, Dr Diane Duffy will lead you on a literary journey of discovery of the places, buildings and landmarks of the city as featured in the book, with extracts from the text to map the way.

This fascinating talk will interest anyone who wants to find out more about historical Manchester in Elizabeth Gaskell’s writing.

Tickets are £3.

 

 

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11th Nov 2020

7pm - 8pm

online, Readings/Lectures, Talk

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