Reading something written by Susannah Fullerton is like reading about your closest friend. Susannah gets up close and personal to her subject, filling in the picture of a life and works. In her breezy writing style (just like hearing her talk enthusiastically about one of her favourite authors), Susannah’s meticulously researched and attractively illustrated information is an enjoyable and informative read. All her titles are available for purchase from this page.

Susannah’s signature Literary Reader’s Guides are concise gems of information. Each guide is a nugget of literary gold which entices the reader on an armchair investigation of a significant author’s life and works. Susannah writes in such a fascinating way, weaving a range of interesting facts, that you will be looking for more before you know it!

Susannah has published many articles, books, monographs and spoken word CDs, most notably, several about Jane Austen’s work. Unlike so many research books, Susannah’s works are definitely intended for a popular readership.

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  • Literary Paris

    Literary Paris

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    Paris ... the very name is full of magic! Everybody loves Paris, with its beautiful buildings, its rich history, its food, art and culture. It is fascinating to explore Paris through its great writers.

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    Literary Paris

    Paris ... the very name is full of magic! Everybody loves Paris, with its beautiful buildings, its rich history, its food, art and culture. It is fascinating to explore Paris through its great writers.

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  • A Reader's Guide to L.P. Hartley and 'The Go-Between'

    A Reader's Guide to L.P. Hartley and 'The Go-Between'

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    “The past is another country: they do things differently there” – so begins the haunting novel The Go-Between by L.P. Hartley. I think this is a stunning book. It is about class, illicit love, boyhood dreams versus cruel reality, and it movingly depicts growing up and the loss of innocence.

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    A Reader's Guide to L.P. Hartley and 'The Go-Between'

    A Reader's Guide to L.P. Hartley and 'The Go-Between'

    “The past is another country: they do things differently there” – so begins the haunting novel The Go-Between by L.P. Hartley. I think this is a stunning book. It is about class, illicit love, boyhood dreams versus cruel reality, and it movingly depicts growing up and the loss of innocence.

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  • 6-Part Lecture Series - Men, Glorious Men

    6-Part Lecture Series - Men, Glorious Men

    $200.00
    This course discusses a wonderful variety of men in literature – romantic heroes, dastardly villains, schoolboys, men of action, serving men and their masters, cads and fools. Book for the entire series of 6 lectures here.

    These 2-hour lectures take place on Friday mornings and are repeated on Saturday mornings from 10.30am - 12.30pm and include an intermission with morning tea served. A total of 6 lectures is included in the series.

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    6-Part Lecture Series - Men, Glorious Men

    6-Part Lecture Series - Men, Glorious Men

    This course discusses a wonderful variety of men in literature – romantic heroes, dastardly villains, schoolboys, men of action, serving men and their masters, cads and fools. Book for the entire series of 6 lectures here.

    These 2-hour lectures take place on Friday mornings and are repeated on Saturday mornings from 10.30am - 12.30pm and include an intermission with morning tea served. A total of 6 lectures is included in the series.

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  • Lecture 1 - Hamlet

    Lecture 1 - Hamlet

    $40.00
    Every minute of each day, Shakespeare’s 'Hamlet' is being performed somewhere in the world. It is one of the most quoted works of literature ever, and its influence has been phenomenal. But what sort of man is the Danish Prince?

    This 2-hour lecture will take place on Friday 4th October, and be repeated on Saturday 5th October 2019.

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    Lecture 1 - Hamlet

    Lecture 1 - Hamlet

    Every minute of each day, Shakespeare’s 'Hamlet' is being performed somewhere in the world. It is one of the most quoted works of literature ever, and its influence has been phenomenal. But what sort of man is the Danish Prince?

    This 2-hour lecture will take place on Friday 4th October, and be repeated on Saturday 5th October 2019.

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  • Lecture 2 - Mr Darcy

    Lecture 2 - Mr Darcy

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    The moment in the 1995 BBC 'Pride and Prejudice' when Darcy emerges from a lake in a wet white shirt has been voted the favourite TV moment of all time. And it is not even in the novel!

    This 2-hour lecture will take place on Friday 11th October, and be repeated on Saturday 12th October 2019.

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    Lecture 2 - Mr Darcy

    Lecture 2 - Mr Darcy

    The moment in the 1995 BBC 'Pride and Prejudice' when Darcy emerges from a lake in a wet white shirt has been voted the favourite TV moment of all time. And it is not even in the novel!

    This 2-hour lecture will take place on Friday 11th October, and be repeated on Saturday 12th October 2019.

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  • Lecture 3 - The Boys

    Lecture 3 - The Boys

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    If boys get shipwrecked on an island in the middle of nowhere and have to do their best to survive, how would they behave? This talk discusses two authors and their contrasting views of what young men are capable of.

    This 2-hour lecture will take place on Friday 25th October, and be repeated on Saturday 26th October 2019.

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    Lecture 3 - The Boys

    Lecture 3 - The Boys

    If boys get shipwrecked on an island in the middle of nowhere and have to do their best to survive, how would they behave? This talk discusses two authors and their contrasting views of what young men are capable of.

    This 2-hour lecture will take place on Friday 25th October, and be repeated on Saturday 26th October 2019.

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  • Lecture 4 - Three Men

    Lecture 4 - Three Men

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    When three young men and Montmorency the dog decide to take a boating holiday on the Thames, the result is one of the funniest novels ever written. This talk discusses these young men, the fabulous contrast between their aims and their achievements, and at how sport is often a way of defining masculinity.

    This 2-hour lecture will take place on Friday 22nd November, and be repeated on Saturday 23rd November 2019.

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    Lecture 4 - Three Men

    Lecture 4 - Three Men

    When three young men and Montmorency the dog decide to take a boating holiday on the Thames, the result is one of the funniest novels ever written. This talk discusses these young men, the fabulous contrast between their aims and their achievements, and at how sport is often a way of defining masculinity.

    This 2-hour lecture will take place on Friday 22nd November, and be repeated on Saturday 23rd November 2019.

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  • Lecture 5 - Jeeves & Wooster

    Lecture 5 - Jeeves & Wooster

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    Idle and wealthy young Londoner Bertie Wooster is a complete drip, but a wonderfully comic one. His valet Jeeves is a genius, Find out about the controversial man behind the books, think about the idle rich of London society, ponder what you would expect in a valet, and discover what it is that gives both men their charm and literary immortality.

    This 2-hour lecture will take place on Friday 29th November, and be repeated on Saturday 30th November 2019.

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    Lecture 5 - Jeeves & Wooster

    Lecture 5 - Jeeves & Wooster

    Idle and wealthy young Londoner Bertie Wooster is a complete drip, but a wonderfully comic one. His valet Jeeves is a genius, Find out about the controversial man behind the books, think about the idle rich of London society, ponder what you would expect in a valet, and discover what it is that gives both men their charm and literary immortality.

    This 2-hour lecture will take place on Friday 29th November, and be repeated on Saturday 30th November 2019.

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  • Lecture 6 - James Bond

    Lecture 6 - James Bond

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    Secret Service agent 007 was created in 1953 and featured in 12 novels, various short stories and many films. He’s a chronic womaniser, is often violent, drinks heavily and frequently disobeys instructions, but he has become a British cultural icon. Why does the world love James Bond?

    This 2-hour lecture will take place on Friday 6th December, and be repeated on Saturday 7th December 2019.

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    Lecture 6 - James Bond

    Lecture 6 - James Bond

    Secret Service agent 007 was created in 1953 and featured in 12 novels, various short stories and many films. He’s a chronic womaniser, is often violent, drinks heavily and frequently disobeys instructions, but he has become a British cultural icon. Why does the world love James Bond?

    This 2-hour lecture will take place on Friday 6th December, and be repeated on Saturday 7th December 2019.

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  • A Reader's Guide to Guy de Maupassant and 'The Necklace'

    A Reader's Guide to Guy de Maupassant and 'The Necklace'

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    I love The Necklace! I have lectured on it, thought about its greatness and how much can be achieved within such a short work. Guy de Maupassant was a chronicler for his time, but a writer for all time – his stories touch on truths about the human condition. For many, he is the finest short story writer the world has ever known!

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    A Reader's Guide to Guy de Maupassant and 'The Necklace'

    A Reader's Guide to Guy de Maupassant and 'The Necklace'

    I love The Necklace! I have lectured on it, thought about its greatness and how much can be achieved within such a short work. Guy de Maupassant was a chronicler for his time, but a writer for all time – his stories touch on truths about the human condition. For many, he is the finest short story writer the world has ever known!

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  • A Reader's Guide to Theodor Fontane & 'Effi Briest'

    A Reader's Guide to Theodor Fontane & 'Effi Briest'

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    As well as a tale of illicit passion, Effi Briest, a book not widely known in Australia, is a portrayal of Prussian society at an influential time in its history. It is a powerful and important novel of the late 19th Century – I hope you enjoy getting to know a new author and an intriguing, memorable book.

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    A Reader's Guide to Theodor Fontane & 'Effi Briest'

    A Reader's Guide to Theodor Fontane & 'Effi Briest'

    As well as a tale of illicit passion, Effi Briest, a book not widely known in Australia, is a portrayal of Prussian society at an influential time in its history. It is a powerful and important novel of the late 19th Century – I hope you enjoy getting to know a new author and an intriguing, memorable book.

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  • A Reader's Guide to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle & 'The Hound of the Baskervilles'

    A Reader's Guide to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle & 'The Hound of the Baskervilles'

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    The Hound of the Baskervilles is the tale of a spectral hound on a desolate moor, a man sucked down to a terrible death in a bog, and the brilliant Sherlock Holmes solving the mystery in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's most famous work. Join me on Dartmoor in the company of Holmes and Watson and enjoy a great classic of the mystery genre with this fabulous book.

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    A Reader's Guide to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle & 'The Hound of the Baskervilles'

    A Reader's Guide to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle & 'The Hound of the Baskervilles'

    The Hound of the Baskervilles is the tale of a spectral hound on a desolate moor, a man sucked down to a terrible death in a bog, and the brilliant Sherlock Holmes solving the mystery in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's most famous work. Join me on Dartmoor in the company of Holmes and Watson and enjoy a great classic of the mystery genre with this fabulous book.

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