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Clover Stroud: The Wild Other: On Landscape and Grief
MERL SEMINAR SERIES: RURAL RIDERS AND RADICALS
THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH LITERATURE AND MERL SPEAKER SERIES 2018
Booking recommended – BOOK TICKETS
VENUE: The Museum of English Rural Life, Redlands Road, RG1 5EX
A series of lunchtime talks organised by the Department of English Literature and the Museum of English Rural Life, in celebration of their ongoing collaborations. Events in the series feature (alternately) writers with a national profile, and academic authors showcasing new and exciting research.
This talk is part of Rural Riders and Radicals, a series of lunchtime talks in collaboration with the Department of English Literature at the University of Reading. Events in the series feature writers with a national profile, and academic authors showcasing new and exciting research.
1 FEBRUARY – CLOVER STROUD – THE WILD OTHER: ON LANDSCAPE AND GRIEF
Clover will read extracts from The Wild Other, her deeply confessional memoir about the role horses and the landscape of Oxfordshire have played in managing trauma in her life.