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For the month of March only, Literature Cambridge is offering a special discount price for its summer courses “Virginia Woolf and Politics” and “Women Writers: Emily Brontë to Elizabeth Bowens.”

Full price is £1600, but during the month of March, members of recognized Virginia Woolf societies can book at the special price of £1500 for  summer courses. On April 1, the price returns to £1550.

Register here.

Who takes the courses?

Students include academics, graduate students, and teachers, as well as the intelligent ‘common readers’ that Woolf herself so valued.

What do fees include?

Course fee includes six nights bed and breakfast (ensuite), course materials, lectures, supervisions, excursions, talks, some evening meals, and a traditional Cambridge afternoon tea.

For more information, email: info@literaturecambridge.co.uk

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Bookings are now open for Literature Cambridge summer courses in Cambridge during July 2018 — and both include Virginia Woolf.

Virginia Woolf and Politics

Dates: July 1-6, 2018
A week’s immersion in Woolf’s political concerns, focusing on the 1920s and 1930s. A Room of One’s Own, Orlando, Three Guineas and The Years, plus some essays.

Women Writers Emily Bronte to Elizabeth Bowen

Dates: July 8-13, 2018
A week’s intensive study of five women writers, including George Eliot, Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf.

Discount for early bird bookings made before Dec. 22, and for members of recognized Virginia Woolf Societies.

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