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Literature Festival: Charles Dickenss Manchester New Manchester Walks

Bleak House starts with a one-word sentence: London. Charles Dickens probably considered starting Hard Times with a similar one-word sentence: Manchester......
When
13th October 2018 11.30 to 1.10pm
Venue
Queen Victoria Statue, Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester, United Kingdom, M1 1RG  
Member Cost
FREE [Save £10.00]
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Come and join in, it’s absolutely FREE! Here at Social Circle we make it our business to offer you the best of what Manchester has to offer. Our selection of walks enable you to to come along and explore this great city, and meet new people in Manchester along the way.

Bleak House starts with a one-word sentence: “London”. Charles Dickens probably considered starting “Hard Times” with a similar one-word sentence: “Manchester”, except that he hedged his bets by calling his mythical Northern city “Coketown”.

Nevertheless the great novelist spent much time in Manchester, appearing at The Athenaeum and Free Trade Hall, and hanging loose with Harrison Ainsworth.

We remember the best of times, the worst of times.

* The walk is taking place during the Manchester Literature Festival and includes a visit to the Portico Library. It is led by Ed Glinert, Penguin author and editor of Penguin Classics’ Sherlock Holmes stories.

The tour is led by Ed Glinert, one of the official guides and joint founder of New Manchester Walks.

*Please check website for updated times and meeting points as they are subject to change*

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