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The Magic of Small Towns

A One Read Presentation

2022-09-29 14:00:00 2022-09-29 15:00:00 America/Chicago The Magic of Small Towns What is it about small towns, with their insularity, gossip and muddled history, that makes them such rich settings for magical events like those in M.O. Walsh's "The Big Door Prize"? This presentation by William Woods University English professor Matt Dube will explore that question, with reference to examples both actual and literary. Adults. Center for Human Performance, Room 100 - William Woods University, Fulton

Thursday, September 29
2:00pm - 3:00pm

Add to Calendar 2022-09-29 14:00:00 2022-09-29 15:00:00 America/Chicago The Magic of Small Towns What is it about small towns, with their insularity, gossip and muddled history, that makes them such rich settings for magical events like those in M.O. Walsh's "The Big Door Prize"? This presentation by William Woods University English professor Matt Dube will explore that question, with reference to examples both actual and literary. Adults. Center for Human Performance, Room 100 - William Woods University, Fulton

Center for Human Performance, Room 100

William Woods University, Fulton

What is it about small towns, with their insularity, gossip and muddled history, that makes them such rich settings for magical events like those in M.O. Walsh's "The Big Door Prize"? This presentation by William Woods University English professor Matt Dube will explore that question, with reference to examples both actual and literary. Adults.

What is it about small towns, with their insularity, gossip and muddled history, that makes them such rich settings for magical events like those in M.O. Walsh's "The Big Door Prize"? This presentation by William Woods University English professor Matt Dube will explore that question, with reference to examples both actual and literary.

Adults.

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AGE GROUP: | Adults |

EVENT TYPE: | One Read | Featured | Books & Authors |

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