Faith, Nottingham and Graham Greene: a half-day's study
Published 1st of August 2019
When: Saturday, the 19th of October 2019, 14.00 - 19.00
Where: Cathedral Church of S. Barnabas, North Circus Street, Nottingham NG1 5AE
A half-day of study as part of our 175th anniversary celebrations
- Dr. Creina Mansfield: the Virtue of Disloyalty - how Greene was 'a piece of grit in the state machinery'
- Michael Eatton: Home from home - Graham Green in Nottingham
- Dr. David Belbin: Fictionalising Greene
The half-day will include discussion with a panel of speakers, a book-stall, an optional tour of the Cathedral and a social event in the early evening, which will include readings from the work of the Catholic Creative Writing Group.
Graham Greene (1904-1991) is regarded by many as one of the 20th century's greatest novelists. In 1926, he lived in the All Saints area of Nottingham, while working as a journalist on hte Nottingham Journal (now the Nottingham Post). During that time, he was received in the Roman Catholic Church at S. Barnabas' Cathedral. Through 67 years of writing, which included over 25 novels, he explored the ambivalent moral and political issues of the modern world, often through a Catholic perspective.
To book, send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call into the Five Leaves bookshop. Admission free but donations gladly accepted.
S. Barnabas Cathedral: www.stbarnabascathedral.org.uk
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Five Leaves Bookshop: www.fiveleavesbookshop.co.uk