Shelley: 'The Trumpet of a Prophecy' Guided Walk

Meet outside King's Cross station by the Henry Moore statue
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This event ended on Saturday 17th of August 2019

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Meet outside King's Cross station by the Henry Moore statue

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King's Cross St. Pancras 0.12 miles


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'Rise, like lions after slumber' to experience the stirring life and poetry of another great radical Romantic poet on the 200th anniversary of the writing of 'The Mask of Anarchy'. We will visit fascinating landmarks in the lives of Percy Bysshe Shelley and Mary Shelley – from their first meeting to their notorious elopment and exile in Europe, where they created such ground-breaking masterpieces as 'Frankenstein' and 'The Mask of Anarchy'. This walk includes poetry and prose readings.


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