Literature at Lunchtime: Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

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29th March 2011 - 12 noon

Venue: Loughborough Town Hall

Presented in The Victoria Room

Our highly popular series of lunchtime lectures on great works of literature are brought to you by Dr Jane Mackay.  A graduate of three universities, Jane’s obvious love for her subject, penetrating insight, wit, warmth and humanity continue to enthral.

Aldous Huxley's 'Brave New World', published in 1932, is one of the great novels about the dehumanising effects of scientific and material 'progress'. A brilliant satirist in his other works this novel responds more sombrely to a world which Huxley felt was spinning out of control.

Please note: Literature at Lunchtime only, there is no Booking Fee for Cash Transactions

£20 SEASON TICKET:  buy a ticket for all 4 lectures: save £4 off full price, save £2 off concession. The Season Ticket is available from the Box Office only on 01509 231914. Note: the other Literature at Lunchtime lectures are on 25 January, 22 February and 26 April. 

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