Charles Dickens and the Gothic - free talk at the British Library
To accompany the British Library’s display on Charles Dickens, A Hankering after Ghosts: Charles Dickens and the Supernatural, there will be a free talk by writer and producer James Clarke on Wednesday 22 February at 2pm. The event will have live speech-to-text transcription.
James will explore how Dickens's work has been adapted for film and will highlight the ways in which the supernatural and the influence of the Gothic form have been imagined in some of these adaptations.
Guests can attend a 1-hour talk and follow it with an independent visit to the Dickens display.
For further information and to book, please contact Ria Bartlett on 020 7412 7315 or email email@example.com
Date: Wednesday 22 February, 2pm
Address: British Library, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB
Link to the Dickens exhibition.
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