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'In Tyme of Pest' Mary Queen of Scots and the Bannatyne Manuscript (c. 1568)

Posted on 2019-05-01 in Events
May 15, 2019

Literature Matters talk by Lucy Hinnie, May 15

Literature Matters

Talks by Members of the Department of English

'In Tyme of Pest':
Mary Queen of Scots
and the Bannatyne Manuscript (c. 1568)

A Talk by Postdoctoral Fellow Dr. Lucy Hinnie

Wed May 15

7:30 pm

Grace-Westminster United Church
(Social hall, 505 10th St. E)

All are welcome.


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