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The national charity, which uses literature to bring people together, is asking the public to share their thoughts and experiences of living through Covid-19 in a collective Commonplace Book.
First used in the 17th Century, Commonplace Books are journals where people recorded anything important or worth remembering. Often, they included recipes, quotes, sermons, theories and speeches that were ordered and categorized, and used to inspire future self-reflection and ideas. Writers such as John Milton and Lewis Caroll used Commonplace Books to catalogue their ideas.
“The Covid-19 pandemic and the summer of 2020 have been unlike anything in living memory, and will become part of our history and story when people look back in years to come. As the current custodians of the Mansion House in Calderstones Park, we have a part to play in helping to capture momentous occasions, to help people to reflect but also to preserve our stories for future generations.
“Our Calderstones commonplace book will be like a scrapbook, recording the ups, downs and everything in between. Everyone is welcome to contribute. We’re looking for comforting lockdown recipes, quotes from books and poems, letters and photographs, arts and craft, and thought-provoking ideas. We hope one day to display it at the Mansion House for all to see so we can look back on it in the future to inspire us.”
To get involved, download the Commonplace Book pack from The Reader website or submit a request to receive one in the post. You can also pick a pack up in The Reader Shop open 12noon – 4pm, Thursday – Sunday.
Completed entries can be submitted at the Mansion House or sent in by post or email to: The Mansion House, Calderstones Park, Liverpool / [email protected]
The deadline for submissions is Thursday 6 December, 9am.
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