Join Valerie Krips as she presents her lecture Hilary Mantel’s Interiors via Zoom. Please ensure you have downloaded and signed up to Zoom before the lecture begins https://zoom.us/
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Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall trilogy is deservedly famous for its capacity to bring Tudor England to life. Remarkably, although we feel we know our way around Austin Friars, and can imagine the King arriving at Wolf Hall, Mantel gives us comparatively little description of rooms, or furniture. Yet even before we saw them in the BBC series we had a sense of the interiors in which so much of the action of the novels is set. This talk asks how that’s so, and what it means about us as readers, especially as readers of Hilary Mantel.
VALERIE KRIPS has published extensively on history, memory and heritage. A Professor Emerita of the University of Pittsburgh, she has been a consultant to the Jorvik Viking Centre in York UK, Castle Howard in Yorkshire and Shugborough Hall in Staffordshire. She moved back to Australia in 2006, and has presented lectures at The Johnston Collection since 2009.
Image credit: Damian Lewis as King Henry VIII in Wolf Hall. Image Broadcasting on 11 April 2015 on BBC First