Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights (1847), hosted by Ruth Quinn
Wuthering Heights (1847) is the first Brontë novel to be featured by the Reading Group, so if you’re a fan this is a must-attend session! The novel is best known for drawing on its setting of the beautiful but inhospitable Yorkshire moors that seems to not only impact the narrative of the plot, but the characters themselves. The setting is of particular relevance for the host, Ruth Quinn, whose research with the Human Geography department focuses on Saltaire as a Brontë heritage site.
Cost: Free Admission – All welcome but online booking is required.
Situated at the heart of the University of Hull campus, the Brynmor Jones Library provides extensive services to both the students and people of Hull. Facilities include a café with quality barista coffee, an exhibition hall that is home to temporary exhibitions, an art gallery showcasing the University’s outstanding collection of British art and an observatory offering stunning views of the campus.
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