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GREAT AMERICAN FICTION: A CLASS FOR LOVERS OF LITERATURE: LIFETIME LEARNING PROGRAM

One of our LIFETIME LEARNING PROGRAMS. This is a 4 week class, meeting every other Wednesday at 1:30.

Space is limited and registration is required!

Explore compelling American fiction, while meeting new people in a relaxed, congenial setting. We investigate a selection of twentieth-century American short and longer stories by authors including Edith Wharton,Willa Cather, Philip Roth, and J.D. Salinger. We read Wharton’s, “The Other Two” and “Roman Fever”; Cather’s, “Paul’s Case” and “A Wagner Matinee”; Roth’s, “Eli the Fanatic”; and Salinger’s “For Esme’—With Love and Squalor.” Classes stress critical analysis of the course’s stories and focus on your insights, questions, and dialogue.

Once registered, you may pick up the packet of stories at the reference desk.

Class to be taught by Dr. Ann Schwarz. Dr. Schwarz  has been teaching a variety of courses in American Literature and English to adults at a various New York City venues including: New School University, New York University, Marymount Manhattan College, Cornell University, The 92nd Street Y, The JCC Manhattan, and The Skirball/Streicker Center. 

Date:
Wednesday, May 2, 2018 Show more dates
Time:
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Location:
WILLIAMSBURG ROOM
Categories:
ADULT PROGRAMMING EVENTS  

Event Organizer

Liz Miller Boose

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