Tuesday 7 Sep 2021, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Join Susannah Fullerton as she discusses the author and his brilliance in her lecture ALEXANDRE DUMAS AND 'THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO’ via ZOOM.

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Few novelists have been such master storytellers as was Alexandre Dumas. This great tale of love, imprisonment, revenge and political intrigue has captivated readers from the first moment it was published. French society, history, landscapes and characters are all brought alive so memorably.

The Count of Monte Cristo, with good reason, is one of the best-selling novels of all time.

SUSANNAH FULLERTON has been the President of the Jane Austen Society of Australia for more than twenty years. She has written several books about Jane Austen and has lectured about her favourite novelist around Australia and overseas. She received an OAM for services to literature and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of NSW. Susannah is also the Patron of the Kipling Society of Australia. She leads literary tours to the UK, Europe, NZ and the USA, and she sends out a popular and free monthly blog, ‘Notes from a Book Addict’ which you can sign up for on her website. Susannah is one of ADFAS’s most popular Australian lecturers and she offers a wide range of talks about famous writers and their works.

This lecture is supported with funds provided by The Colin Holden Charitable Trust

Image credit: still from The Count of Monte Cristo (film 2002) directed by Kevin Reynolds and featuring Jim Caviezel as Edmond Dantes, Guy Peirce as Fernand Mondego, James Frain as J.F. Villefort and Dagmar Dominczyk as Mercédès.

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