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with Jane Carlson
Join a class that is filled with readers that long to give their opinion of their reading. We will share various genre’s of literature from the classics to best sellers. Insights into the author’s life and their writing is alive and connected to life today.
MEETING THE SECOND WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH - SEPTEMBER THROUGH JUNE
ONLINE VIA ZOOM 10:00 - 11:30 AM, OPENING AT 9:30 FOR SOCIALIZING
REGISTRATION VIA COURSESTORM FOR YOUR RESPECTIVE SENIOR COLLEGE
THIS WILL BE A YEAR LONG CLASS OF 10 SESSIONS
COMBINED CLASS / YORK COUNTY SENIOR COLLEGE & SOUTH COAST SENIOR COLLEGE
September 14 The White Tiger Aravind Adiga
October 12 Hidden Valley Road Robert Kolker
November 9 Fingersmith Sarah Waters
December 14 Hatchet Island Paul Doiron
January 11 Horse Geraldine Brooks
February 8 Paris Edward Rutherfurd
March 8 Swimming Back to Trout River Linda Rui Feng
April 12 The Rainbow D.H. Lawrence
May 10 One of Ours Willa Cather
June 14 The Night Watchman Louise Erdrich
MAINELY BOOKS Lobster Coast
with Steve Thornley
This is the 2 nd course in a new program that will introduce you to and explore the vast and varied (like our landscape) body of literature about Maine by Maine authors…or about Maine by non-Maine authors…or non- Maine topics by Maine authors. Our scope will be wide-ranging: we’ll read and discuss old and new works of both fiction and non-fiction by famous, popular, and new authors. It’ll be an eclectic assortment of interesting and provocative readings that will stimulate your “little gray cells” and generate lively conversation.
This course will meet on Monday morning, via Zoom from 10:00AM to 11:30AM on the following date:
December 12 th : The Lobster Coast by Colin Woodard
Steve is an artist, historian, teacher, and lifelong learner and lives in Wells with his wife, Nancy.