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Persephone Book Club

Explore works from Persephone Books - who reprint neglected novels, diaries, poetry and cookery books, mostly written by women and mostly dating from the early to mid-twentieth century. 

The group meet once a month and anyone is welcome to join. 


Monday 24th June 2019 7.30-9.00pm - "A Woman's Place 1910-1975" by Ruth Adam

Monday 29th July 2019 7.30-9.00pm - "Pettigrew Lives for a Day" by Winifred Watson

Monday 23rd September 2019 7.30-9.00pm - "Reuben Sachs" by Amy Levy

Monday 21st October 7.30-9.00pm - "Family Roundabout" by Richmal Crompton

Monday 25th November 7.30-9.00pm - "The Montana Stories" by Katherine Mansfield


All sessions are £3 and payable on the day.

  • Persephone Book Club


Forest Arts Centre

Address: Old Milton Road, New Milton BH25 6DS
Telephone: 01425 619983

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