In Hilary Term, we shall be reading stories by the German writer Theodor Storm (1817- 1888), in translations by Dr. Ray Ockenden, Emeritus Fellow, Wadham College, who will join us for each session. Storm was one of the major figures of the realist movement in Germany, and wrote many short stories and novellas as well as poetry. He combined his writing with a career as a lawyer and later magistrate, mostly in the town of Husum in Schleswig-Holstein.
Thursday 26 January When Apples are Ripe
Thursday 2 February In the Sunlight
Thursday 9 February Immensee
Thursday 16 February At the Grange
Thursday 23 February Out there in the moorland village
Thursday 2 March No meeting
Thursday 9 March Bulemann's House