FoSSL Talk: The Extraordinary Life and Legacy of Sir Richard Burton
Venue: Online via Zoom
Date: 19 Jan 2021
The latest FoSSL (Friends of Stony Stratford Library) talk will be by Joe Laredo who has prepared a talk on: The Extraordinary Life and Literary Legacy of Sir Richard Burton. The talk is part of Stony Words and will be delivered via zoom on Tuesday 19th January at 7pm and promises to be fascinating.
Joe has described himself and the talk thus:
"Joe Laredo is a writer and translator living in Stony Stratford. He enjoys reading and talking about interesting people, as well as listening to and playing music. He has given talks for FoSSL on the composers Chabrier and Gottschalk and for Stony Words on translating from French. He plans to give two talks on Paul Robeson as soon as we can all get together again in the library. This talk, on Richard Francis Burton, is not suitable for under 16s and contains material that some may find offensive."
If you would like to be invited to this talk - please email firstname.lastname@example.org. A link to the the talk will be sent out a few days in advance of the 19th.