Finnegans Wake or The Boaters and Sifters of ALP
Inaugurated in March 2015, the group meets on the third Wednesday of every month.
- Upcoming Meetings: June 21, July 19, August 16
- 19:00 to 20:30
- Westmount Public Library, 4574 Rue Sherbrooke O, Westmount, QC H3Z 1G1 I #24 (bus stops at corner of Lansdowne)
Happy 2 year anniversary to us! Catch Up! Last time, we reached the end of page 27. We’ll start here next time we meet — “I’ve an eye on queer Behan and old Kate and the butter, trust me…”
Finnegans Wake (PDF/630 pages)
Contact: Kevin Wright, 514-341-3945, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Group leaders Megan Abley and Dominic Richard created a welcoming discussion-based environment designed to help everyone deepen their understanding of this penetrating and mysterious novel. It was a supportive community of first-time readers and readers revisiting the text. The group began in January 2017 and the last meeting took place on June 8th, 2017. In 5 short months they successfully completed their study of Joyce’s Magnum Opus. Congratulations!
Ulysses (PDF/ 666 pages)
Contact: Megan Abley or Dominic Richard at email@example.com
Ulysses is exactly the kind of book that benefits readers and re-readers. I had read Ulysses a couple of times already and remained interested in it and planned to re-read it sooner or later so, when I heard that a reading group was being formed, I eagerly joined. I...read more
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