The Booker and Beyond Book Club meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 2:30 PM in the 1st Floor Meeting Room. Members submit titles that they are prepared to lead for discussion and the group selects the titles.
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January 9, 2018: Dorothy Yuan posted:
Some fifteen of us gathered for a discussion of the book: Pearl, by Mary Gordon suggested by Linda Ewald. The discussion elicited many interesting aspects and hidden meanings, not all of which can be gleaned by a first reading, allowing us to fully appreciate the value of such a meeting.
The next meeting is scheduled for February 13, when we will go over the book: Lincoln in the Bardo, by George Saunders. Discussion to be led by Bobbie McCuskey.
December 28, 2017: Dorothy Yuan posted:
Sara Case led off a spirited dialogue on the book Home Fires by the nineteen attendees in our latest meeting. All agreed that the evocative novel addressing contemporary societal struggles, structured on the ancient Greek tragedy, Antigone, was an excellent choice.
We look forward to reading the next book, chosen by the group, Pearl, written by Mary Gordon, with discussion to be led by Linda Ewald on Tuesday, January 9th.
December 18, 2017: Dorothy Yuan posted selections for early 2018:
#1 choice: Lincoln and the Bardo…for February 13th… Bobby McCuskey
#2 choice: Behold the Dreamers…..For March 13th……..Vena Darling
#3 choice: Wild Seed …For April 10th… Tucker Farley