Teesside University - Radical display

October 28, 2010

A collection of hand-bound books held by a university chancellor is to go on display. Lord Sawyer of Darlington, chancellor of Teesside University, has arranged for an exhibition of his private collection of 20 influential texts to be held at the university. The collection celebrates radical English writing and also showcases the work of some of the UK's top bookbinders. The exhibition includes copies of Utopia by Sir Thomas More and John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress.

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