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> From: David Chinitz <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: April 15, 2010 10:31:40 PM CDT
> To: "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: [Msa-discuss] T. S. Eliot Summer School in London
>
> The program for the second annual T. S. Eliot International Summer  
> School at the University of London (July 10-17) is now online (http://ies.sas.ac.uk/events/TSE/index.htm 
> ).
>
> The Summer School will be opened by Sir Tom Stoppard and will bring  
> together some of the most distinguished international scholars of T.  
> S. Eliot and modern literature. Directed by Ronald Schuchard and  
> open to all readers of Eliot, the School will present two lectures  
> each morning on aspects of Eliot's life and writing. Ten afternoon  
> seminars are devoted to a week-long, in-depth study of Eliot's work.  
> An extensive social program will include poetry readings by Robin  
> Robertson and prominent actors of the Josephine Hart Poetry Hour,  
> walking tours of Eliot's London and literary Bloomsbury, and  
> excursions to Burnt Norton, Little Gidding, and East Coker.
>
> Application and scholarship forms are available on the website,  
> where brochures and posters may be downloaded. The School is limited  
> to 110 students; admission to seminars, which are listed on the  
> website, is on a first-come basis. A limited number of bursaries  
> (scholarships) will be available to deserving international students.
>
>
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