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Literature Matters

Posted in Arts & Culture
Feb 12, 2020

Members of the Department of English examine diverse literary topics in this community lecture series featuring refreshments and discussion.

February topic: How Civilizations Heal: Toni Morrison on the Prairies with Cynthia Wallace, Reggie Nyamekye, and Drumlin Crape

Wednesday, Feb. 12
7:30 pm
Grace-Westminster United Church Social Hall, 505 10th St. E.

Free and open to the public

Info: 306-966-1268  |  english.department@usask.ca

 

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