Finnegans Wake or The Boaters and Sifters of ALP
Inaugurated in March 2015, the group meets on the third Wednesday of every month.
- April 27 (Special Blue Met Event), May 17, June 21
- 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 middle of page 24. Let’s start here — “Now be aisy, good Mr Finnimore, sir. And take your laysure like a god on pension and don’t be walking abroad. Sure you’d only lose yourself in Healiopolis now the way your roads …”
Finnegans Wake (PDF/630 pages)
Contact: Kevin Wright, 514-341-3945, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Brand new — group leaders, Megan Abley and Dominic Richard, will create a welcoming discussion-based environment designed to help everyone deepen their understanding of this penetrating and mysterious novel. Join a supportive community of first-time readers and readers revisiting the text. Bring your copy of the novel; we recommend the Penguin Edition (1992).
- April 29 (Special Blue met Event), May 4, May 11
- 19:00 to 21:00
- School of Irish Studies at Concordia University — Thomas McEntee Reading Room, Hall Building, elevator to Room 1001.1, 10th floor I Guy-Concordia Metro
Ulysses (PDF/ 666 pages)
Contact: Megan Abley or Dominic Richard at email@example.com
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