Monday, February 27, 2012

Doing Literature: A Man For All Seasons

As a reminder, I'll be leading the Doing Literature discussion group at the Hemet Public Library on Saturday, March 10th discussing Robert Bolt's classic, "A Man For All Seasons" regarding Sir Thomas More who was executed for his convictions.

First performed in London in 1960, Robert Bolt’s A Man For All Seasons has remained a popular play that enjoyed considerable commercial and critical success in England and the United States. It has been performed many times since, and made into both a feature film and a television movie.

Join us to consider why this has remained such an enduring work of 20th century literature! The discussion is free, and while it is helpful to have read the play it is not necessary to participate.

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