Mrs Dalloway

22nd March 2021

The second of our Riversmeet slow reading courses is Virginia Woolf’s Mrs Dalloway. The slow learning approach will give us the time and space to examine the tensions between the private sense of self and a social persona, the effect of trauma on survivors of war and pandemic and to ask ourselves why it is that this book still has important things to say to us nearly a hundred years later. Lots of people would love to read Virginia Woolf’s work but have felt uncertain about how to approach it, with a little help you will be able not only to read it but to really enjoy it, we invite you to spend a little time in the company of some great literature.

This is how the course works:

The course starts on the 22nd March 2021.  Later admissions are possible. Please, contact us for more information or visit our FAQs.

Included in the course:

  • A reading guide and explanation of the six course units
  • Access to a series of six fifteen minute online lectures, released each fortnight throughout the course
  • A fortnightly zoom webinar/discussion group
  • Access to supporting material for those who want to read or view background material

Cost of the course:

£75

If you have any questions please visit our FAQs page or email us info@riversmeetproductions.co.uk

We want to make the course as accessible as possible so please email us if you need to discuss payment methods.

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