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D.C. Anne Boleyn Lecture

Poster: Erick Singley <singley@clinpharm.niaaa.nih.gov>

This may be late planning for some, since I heard it on NPR WAMU 88.5 Weds
morning, but of interest for scholars interested in the Renaissance period.
they will be opening a reading room afterwards with documents relating to
Henry VII as well.

----------------------------Items from Press Release
"British actor, writer and producer Julian Fellowes to present lecture
'Witch or Victim? The Tumultuous Career of Anne Boleyn'

What: Fellowes' lecture analyzes the different ways in which Anne Boleyn
has een depicted in biographies, dramas, operas, films, television and

When: Thursday, February 26, at 7:30 p.m.

Where: In the Elizabethan Theatre of the Folger Shakespeare Library,
located at 201 East Capitol St, S.E.

How: Tickets to this lecture are $50 ($35 for members of the Friends of the
Folger) 202-544-7077

Who: Julian Fellowes, the British actor seen in the television productions
'Martin Chuzzlewit,' 'House of Cards,' 'The Governor' and 'Crossing the
Floor,' the latter of which won him the 1997 International Emmy. He has
starred in the films 'Fellow Traveller,' Damage' with Jeremy Irons,
'Shadowlands' with Sir Anthony Hopkins and Zeffirelli's 'Jayne Eyre.' He
was recently in 'Regeneration' with Jonathan Pryce and the new James Bond
adventure 'Tomorrow Never Dies' with Pierce Brosnan.

Fellowes, a producer with Lionhead Productions, co-produced 'A Married Man'
starring Sir Anthony Hopkins, With his Lionhead partner Andrew Morgan, he
completed the new version of 'Little Lord Fauntleroy' and scripted and
produced their new collaboration, 'the Prince and the Pauper' for BBC

Having recently completed his first contemporary novel, Fellows has also
written three historical novels and numerous magazine articles, and is a
regular contributor to 'The Literary Review.'  He is a graduate of
Cambridge University.

The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new
discoveries, is not "Eureka!" (I found it!) but "That's funny ..."
                -- Isaac Asimov
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