The Tuesday Readers enjoy titles selected by members and meet on the third Tuesday of the month at 10. On March 18, the group will discuss, The Bird Skinner by Alice Greenway. Written in lyrical prose—rich in island detail, redolent of Maine in summer and of the wildness and customs of the South Pacific—The Bird Skinner is wise and wrenching, spirited and original, a masterwork by an extraordinarily skilled novelist.
Join the discussion. Everyone welcome!
...meet on the third Thursday of the month. Participant led, the group will gather again on March 20 at 3 pm to discuss The Awakening by Kate Chopin. Poignant and lyrical, it tells the story of a New Orleans wife who attempts to find love outside a stifling marriage. Critics have praised it as a first-rate narrative and a forerunner of the modern novel. The Awakening offers modern readers superb characterization and an insightful portrait of a woman’s awakening to physical passion.
All groups meet in the Community Room of the Library. Books may be ordered on-line or from the library, 866-5060. The groups are open to all and readers from surrounding towns are most welcome to join.