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20 September 2023
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
All ages welcome
Elizabeth Gaskell House
The stereotype of the Victorian woman is that of a domestic angel, pure, innocent and a helpmate to her husband. But the women in this talk challenge that with a vengeance! Enjoy a look at the dark side with the bad women of Vanity Fair, Mary Barton, Little Dorrit, Daniel Deronda and many more. Join Sherry Ashworth for a look at how the worst women in literature shock society and defy convention to make their own way in the world. Not to be missed!
The discussion will be approx 45 mins long, with time for a short question session afterwards.
‘Extremely interesting. Sherry is excellent!’
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