Golding talk at Causley Festival

This year the Causley Festival of Arts and Literature will take place digitally, with an exciting range of events available. The programme includes Professor Tim Kendall (University of Exeter) who will be presenting a talk on Golding and Cornwall. Golding was born in Cornwall and he spent the last years of his life at his beautiful house in Perranarworthal. Kendall will discuss some of the Golding materials in the University of Exeter’s archive and explore the importance of Cornwall in Golding’s writing.

The talk takes place on Saturday, 25th July at 6pm. Reserve your space here.

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