Books in the Garden: Nature As Refuge and Haven (125-04-10-19)

 
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Books in the Garden: Nature As Refuge and Haven

125-04-10-19

Second Wednesdays: May 8, June 12, July 10, August 14, September 11, October 9

noon - 1:30 p.m.

Toni McNaron, Ph.D., award-winning professor emerita of English, University of Minnesota

Join other literature aficionados for thoughtful discourse over a cup of tea or coffee led by Toni McNaron. Many of us look to nature for solace from our world's injustices and sorrows. In this 6-session series, we will examine work by various writers over several centuries to see how successful nature has been in providing this kind of sanctuary.

May 8: As You Like It William Shakespeare June 12: The Ladies of Llangollen Elizabeth Mavor July 10: Nature & Grief Theme
"Lycidas" John Milton
"Messenger," “Walking Home From Oak Head," and “Swimming With Otter" Mary Oliver

August 14: Far From the Madding Crowd Thomas Hardy September 11: An Unspoken Hunger Terry Tempest Williams October 9: Buffalo Bird Woman's Garden Gilbert Wilson

 

Limit 24, Oswald Visitor Center - Teaching Classroom

$100 member/$139 non-member, includes Arboretum admission

 


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