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Παρασκευή, 21 Μαρτίου 2014

Folklore, Thomas Hardy, and Rural Writing: a joint conference of The Folklore Society and the Thomas Hardy Society

Friday 11 April to Sunday 13 April, 2014at The Corn Exchange, Dorchester, Dorset, UK

For more information, visit http://www.folklore-society.com or contact thefolkloresociety@gmail.com

Presentations include:
Jeremy Harte: “Wide-Oh and the Toad Man: Cunning men in Dorset and Hardy;” Jerry Bird: “Mumming and Poverty in Hardy's Wessex;” Jacqueline Dillion: “Ways of Knowing in Tess of the d'Urbervilles;” Paul Cowdell: “What Victorian Peasantry?  The surprising class warriors of English folk song scholarship;” Dai Hawkins: “Folklore in the Novels of Mary Webb;” Heather Hawkins: “Folklore and Belief in Thomas Hardy's Poetry;” Mark Norman: “Cockstrides and Carriages—Parallels of Thomas Hardy's Dorset ghosts in the wider westcountry landscape;” Peter Robson: “Fiction, Folklore and Reconstruction—Thomas Hardy's Play of St George.”
  • Tickets: £45 in advance (£55 on door)
  • Day rates available
  • Coffee and tea between sessions will be provided, but no meals.
  • Conference participants must book their own accommodation.
    A list of suggested hotels is available.

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