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Literary Lecture - The Last Medieval Book: Le Morte Darthur

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All alumni and friends are warmly invited to a Literary Lecture on Sunday 26 September at 2pm*.

During his lecture, Dr James Wade, Fellow Director of Studies in English at Girton, will talk about The Last Medieval Book: Le Morte Darthur. We will look at the long afterlife of one of the most important and enduring works of literature from the Middle Ages. We will peek in on instances of scholarly debate, social engineering, bowdlerisation, backstabbing, and niche-market profiteering. Neo-medieval video games are unlikely to get more than a mention. 

Dr James Wade

Dr James WadeJames Wade is the Jane Elizabeth Martin Fellow in English at Girton. He is the author of Fairies in Medieval Romance and Sir Torrent of Portingale, along with articles on Thomas Malory's Morte Darthur and other works of medieval literature. 

 

 

 


To book a place for this event please email alumni@girton.cam.ac.uk or call 01223 764935.

*This is an online event and will use the video conferencing platform, Zoom. If you wish to attend, please ensure that you have downloaded the Zoom software onto your smartphone, tablet, or computer.