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Autumn conference 2019

‘Every man a liar’: truth, text, rhetoric

Saturday 2 November 2019
Corpus Christi College, Oxford

‘The Challenge of Allegory, especially for Early Christian fictionists John Bunyan and Daniel Defoe.’
Valentine Cunningham, Professor of English Language and Literature at Oxford University

‘Persuaded into Truth: the Truthteller in Jane Austen’s Emma and Persuasion.
David Barratt

‘Browning’s “A Death in the Desert”’.
François Crampe, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle.

‘Truth as Travail in the Fugitive Poets’.
Joseph Kuhn, Associate Professor at Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan,

‘“Beautiful untrue things” from Waugh to Spark: Modernism’s Religious Fictions’.
Dr Hope Howell Hodgkins, University of North Carolina.


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The deadline for offers was 31 May 2019

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CLSG Autumn Conference 2018

CLSG: exploring Christian and Biblical themes in literature

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The Christian Literary Studies Group in association with the Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship

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