February 8th at 18:30 to February 10th at 13:30
Once considered ‘The Laureate of Empire’, Rudyard Kipling has emerged as a more complex figure, his artistry, honesty and empathy in reporting and dramatising the human condition transcending his public opinions – changed anyway through bitter experience, especially the Great War. Explore via a range of short stories (1888-1932), ‘Kim’, and verse which actually came more easily to him than fictional prose.
David Lindley (www.highamhall.com/david-lindley)
Residential: £231 Non-residential: £164