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Reading Allowed–Tomorrow, 9 February, 5:30 pm at Dunedin Public Library

@ THE CUBE — City Library (ground floor)
Come along to our inaugural monthly Reading Allowed event next Wednesday, 9 Feb. at 5.30pm and listen to our two wonderful volunteer readers.
Every month, we will present two or three c. 30-minute extracts from well-known literary works.  This month it’s
A Study in Scarlet (A Sherlock Holmes story, by Conan Doyle)
The Waste Land (great modernist poem, by T.S. Eliot)
Tell friends and family about this event as we would love to have a nice audience (socially distanced of course) for it. It is free (no need to RSVP) and should be fun.
Lorraine Johnston will read from A Study in Scarlet – find out how Watson met Sherlock Holmes. Paul Tankard from the University’s English Department has a passion for reading aloud. He will read from T. S. Eliot’s ground-breaking modernist poem, The Waste Land— this year is its centenary. It is a poem full of voices and is great to hear aloud.

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