Explore the world of heroines, social class and gender in Jane Austen’s famous novel, Sense and Sensibility. Through a lecture and in-depth discussions, we will examine key passages in the novel and further your understanding of this timeless canonical author.

Students are advised to read the novel before attending and to bring a copy of the novel along to the sessions.

4 – 11 May . 1pm-3pm . 2 Fridays


To book a place, please call 01483 562142 or visit www.guildford-institute.org.uk

Guildford Institute
Guildford Institute
The Guildford Institute has a special place in the heart of the local community. It is a unique venue where people of all ages and backgrounds can get together to learn, explore, create and meet old and new friends.

With a wide range of courses, talks, music recitals, clubs and visits, there are many ways to enjoy what’s on offer. Our Library holds both historical and modern volumes so you can research here or read at home, and we manage one of the most important local history archives in the area with a fascinating collection of photographs, playbills, brochures and leaflets and other important documents
We offer affordable room hire for external societies and organisations, and our vegetarian restaurant is one of Guildford’s best-kept secrets.
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