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Tonight: KATHERINE SWIFT, The Morville Hours

Written by The Reader, 18th May 2010

The Liverpool Literature Seminars

A treat for gardeners, country-lovers, medievalists, and anyone needing an inspired break from their revision…

Katherine Swift
The Morville Hours

Tuesday 18th May, 5.15 pm
Rendall Lecture Theatre 9

University of Liverpool

Katherine Swift lives at The Dower House, Morville Hall in Shropshire. She worked as a rare book librarian in Oxford and Dublin before becoming a full-time gardener and writer in 1988. Spanning thousands of years, The Morville Hours (2008) takes the form of a medieval Book of Hours. It is a meditative journey through the seasons, but also a journey of self-exploration. It is a book about finding one’s place in the world and putting down roots.

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