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Tessa Roynon (Oxford U) is hosting a book launch on Thursday (1730 UK time; 1230 Eastern; 1130 Central etc) – her new work, ‘The Classical Tradition in Modern American Fiction’ has a chapter on Cather.

The event includes discussants from the UK American Studies world, as well as classicists.

Sadly, I’ll be hosting my office hour/teaching at that time, but I’m sure the event will be of interest  to many of you.  Tessa tells me all are welcome.

The book is in a series published by Edinburgh UP, and sponsored by BAAS (British Association of American Studies).

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Oxford’s RAI (Rothermere American Institute) is hosting the event.

Best,
Guy


Guy Reynolds
Professor
Department of English
337D Andrews Hall
Lincoln, NE 68588-0333
unl.edu/English
(402) 472-1885
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