Lifelong Learning Centre, University of Leeds

We run as a School for adult, part-time and Foundation Year study especially, but not exclusively, for those from disadvantaged backgrounds. We also operate as a Service with a range of functions to meet the needs of our various cohorts on a ‘one-stop-shop’ basis. In addition, much of our provision is targeted specifically at the local community, supporting public engagement such as our 'Spring into Summer' programme.

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Monday - Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm

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Great Hall, University of Leeds

L M Montgomery and the First World War

  • 16 September 2015 6-8pm

Internationally-famous Atlantic Canadian writer L.M. Montgomery penned twenty novels in the period 1908-1939, most significantly the iconic Anne of Green Gables (1908). In addition, she kept copious journals throughout her life which offer great insight into the mind of this prolific writer and reveal her often strong opinions about current affairs. The First World War erupted early on in her writing career, and her journals and fiction demonstrate her worries, concerns, and emotions surrounding this devastating conflict. This FREE seminar will provide an opportunity to look at an exhibition about L.M. Montgomery and the First World War, followed by a talk from Dr. Laura Robinson.

Suitable for

  • Not suitable for children


Oxfam Bookshop
13-15 Otley Road, Headingley


Lifelong Learning Centre, University of Leeds
Woodhouse Lane


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