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'Wagering on modernity - Goethe's 18th century Faust'

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We would like to invite you to our first speaker event of Lent term 2011 with the title ‘Wagering on modernity – Goethe’s 18th century Faust’. The speaker will be Professor Nicholas Boyle, a renowned expert in the area of Goethe-studies and currently the Schröder-professor of German at Cambridge. He is also the author of several influential books on Goethe including ‘Goethe: The Poet and the Age’. The talk will begin at 7pm on Monday the 24th at the Adrian House Seminar Room of Trinity College. We will meet those who do not know where that room is at Trinity’s Great Gate at 6.45pm. The entry is, of course, free and the entire talk will be in English.

Best wishes,

Cambridge University German Society

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