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Dickens / Brontë Christmas lunch 2017

A total of seventy five members and guests of both the NSW Dickens Society and the Australian Brontë Association gathered together to celebrate a Victorian Christmas lunch in Cellos Grand Dining Room at the Castlereagh Boutique Hotel, Sydney. Opened in … Continue reading

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2018 NSW Dickens Society Events

Our Book of the Year for 2018 is The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit Meetings: 10am for 10.30am start at Sydney Room, City Tattersalls Club, 194 – 204 Pitt Street (near Market Street), Sydney. No bookings required. $5 entry fee for NSW Dickens … Continue reading

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NSWDS October 2017 Meeting

Our last meeting for the year proved to be our most well attended with a total of 58 members and 55 guests. With the room full of that many people there was a real buzz about the place which also … Continue reading

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Master writers compared

The Sydney Morning Herald – September 16-17 2017 – reports on our forthcoming meeting. Save the date and be there!    

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Boz in Oz: Charles Dickens’ Colonial Connections, 25-30 October 2018

Be sure to save the dates and join us for what will be a fantastic conference! Watch this space for further details closer to the date!

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NSWDS August 2017 Meeting

August was another well attended meeting as 60 members and friends gathered to hear Vice President Walter Mason talk about our Book of the Year Oliver Twist. President Louise Owens began the meeting by recalling the wonderful Dickens Fellowship International Conference, … Continue reading

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Susannah Fullerton receives two honours

Susannah Fullerton – Author, Lecturer, Literary Tour Leader, President of the Jane Austen Society of Australia and one of the founding members of the NSW Dickens Society – was leading twenty eight Australians on a literary tour of Ireland when she heard … Continue reading

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