skip to content

Institute of Continuing Education (ICE)

Alert:

The deadline for booking a place on this course has passed. Please use the 'Ask a Question' button to register your interest in future or similar courses.

Ian McEwan, author of The Children Act

Sometimes our ways of understanding the past, history, and our pressing decisions lead to contradictory interpretations and dangerous results. Byatt's Gothic Possession (1990) explores the parallel and intertwined lives of poets and researchers a century apart, revealing obsessions, hidden secrets and much about the sources of literature in personal lives. Margaret Atwood's most recent, lively and disruptive collection of short stories, Stone Mattress (2014), revisits and reimagines different histories, while The Children Act (2015) by Ian McEwan conducts a tale of other interlocking lives, showing that the balance and justice of relationships, life and the law are both relentless and tenuously held.

Container

Course dates

08 Jul 2016 to 10 Jul 2016

Course duration

1 weekend(s)

Course fee

£260

Accommodation fees

Single room: £65 per night

Double/Twin room £55 per person, per night (2 people sharing)

Venue

Institute of Continuing Education
University of Cambridge
Cambridge
CB23 8AQ
UK

Qualifications / Credits

Non-accredited

Course code

1516NRX126