FYI: to enhance the time surrounding the "Past Watchful Dragons" C.S. Lewis/Inklings event at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee on November 3-5 (http://www.belmont.edu/cslewis)
, Belmont's Department of Theatre and Dance will be performing "The Eagle And Child" by Jason Cannon. The official description is as follows: "The Eagle and the Child" recounts the regular gatherings between J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and his brother Warnie at a pub called the Eagle and Child.
The play will begin on Wednesday, Nov. 2 (at 7:30pm), the day before the conference begins. It will run every day of the conference, and the last performance will be on Sunday, November 6 (at 2pm), the afternoon after the conference ends. Tickets can be purchased in the weeks leading up to the performances through Belmont's Little Theatre at 615-460-6199, or at the door as long as seats remain.
Amy H. Sturgis, Ph.D.
one moral, at least, may be drawn,
to wit, that all
our school text-books lie.
What they call History
is nothing to vaunt of,
being made, as it is,
by the criminal in us:
goodness is timeless.
from "Archeology," W.H. Auden
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