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Texts in the City

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at The Wheeler Centre

Wuthering Heights

Studying a book or film can be a short-cut to consigning it to boredom. But our Texts in the City series – a gift to students, their teachers and lifelong learners – brings the VCE English and Literature lists to life.

Each week, our hosts – authors Lili Wilkinson and Tony Birch – will interview experts intimately familiar with the texts, unearthing those hidden gems that could help your essay shine.

This week, we dive into Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights.

Presented in association with The Victorian Association for the Teaching of English.

Who?

Portrait of Alison Croggon

Alison Croggon

Alison Croggon is a Melbourne theatre critic, novelist, blogger and poet. She was named “a must-read critic” by the Guardian, along with Pauline Kael, Susan Sontag and James Wood.

Texts in the City

Studying a book or film can be a short-cut to consigning it to boredom. But our Texts in the City series – a gift to students, their teachers and lifelong learners – brings the VCE English and Literature lists to life.

Each week, our hosts – authors Lili Wilkinson and Tony Birch – will interview experts intimately familiar with the texts, unearthing those hidden gems that could help your essay shine.

Good luck to all VCE English and Literature students in 2013.

Supported by the Victorian Association for the Teaching of English

Where?

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