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Washington Irving, Sleepy Hollow, and the Rural Cemetery Movement

Join U.N.I. Associate Professor of History Tom Connors for an historically haunting rendition of Irving's classic tale
When Oct 22, 2009
from 06:30 PM to 08:00 PM
Where Meeting Room
Contact Phone 319-273-8643
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"The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" is Irving's story about a superstitious schoolmaster's terrifying encounter with a headless horseman. The world in which Irving wrote only vaguely resembles the one we know today, yet the landscape in Sleepy Hollow is one we instantly recognize. Ride along as Connors explores the crossroads where fact and legend meet. You'll be spirited away!

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