Some nineteenth-century literary visitors to Florence

5 February 2020 - 18:00

by Mark Roberts

 

PLEASE NOTE:  due to a bereavement Richard Hodges has had to postpone the lecture scheduled for Wednesday.  We are grateful to Mark Roberts, who will instead talk on  "Some nineteenth-century literary visitors to Florence". 

Throughout the nineteenth century Florence acted as a magnet to poets and novelists from the British Isles.  Mark will tell entertaining stories about illustrious visitors including Byron and Shelley, Henry James, Anthony Trollope, George Eliot and the Brownings

 

The lecture will be followed by wine and snacks. 

Suggested donation: Members €5; non-Members €10

 

This season is made possible by a generous donation from Xena Lemos, matched by Michael and Alessandra Griffiths, in memory of their son John.