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Friends of the Carlyle Campbell Library: Fall 2013 Dinner

Earlier visits

Elliot has visited us before!

In 2006, we talked about Samuel Johnson and his dictionary.

In 1993, the presentation was "Our Slippery Mother Tongue: A light history of English."

It is good to have him back again!

Leonardo da Vinci

Fall Dinner

Elliot Engel presents Leonardo da Vinci

Friends of the Library Fall Dinner

Tuesday, October 22, 2013, 6:30pm Belk Dining Hall

We have enjoyed Elliot Engel's presentations before.  This fall, he returns to tell us about Leonardo da Vinci. He promises to encompass the breadth and depth of Leonardo’s unique genius including the causes of his many unfinished masterpieces and the mystery of Mona Lisa’s smile. Using anecdotes, analysis, and large doses of humor,he will bring to life the man many critics consider the highest genius in Western civilization.

Learn more about Leonardo da Vinci

Author's Ink Website

Learn more about Elliot Engel and see the variety of topics he speaks and writes on by visiting his website at