We’ll be picking up where we left off before Christmas, with a bit more of Ælfric’s Colloquy to get us into the grammatical mood, then on to other prose texts, ending (I hope) with Bede’s famous account of the poet Cædmon. Your Mitchell & Robinson will be all you’ll need. Anyone interested who did not attend part I will be welcome, but you’ll need to have some prior acquaintance with the basics of Old English grammar to get much out of the experience.
12 two-hour sessions starting Monday, 2 February, 12-2pm in Ross House, second floor room 2.1 (slightly cozier, but quieter, and I trust we’ll fit comfortably)
Fee $250 (please note new account details on homepage)