CLASSIC BOOK CLUB

The Classic Book Club currently has twelve members and meets on the 1st Mondays of each month at 6:00 P.M. The Classic Book Club is currently meeting remotely.

New members are always welcome to join!

Please check the calendar link above to confirm that the club is meeting on their typically-scheduled week and day of the month, since some months the schedule may be slightly altered. The library always reserves copies of the upcoming discussion book.

For more information, please contact Daniel or Amba at 793-0418.

UPCOMING DISCUSSION:

Roughing It by Mark Twain on April 5th at 6:00 PM

PAST DISCUSSIONS:

MARCH 2021: A Study in Scarlet - Conan Doyle

FEBRUARY 2021: Gargantua & Pantagruel - Francois Rabelais

JANUARY 2021: House of Seven Gables - Nathaniel Hawthorne

NOVEMBER & DECEMBER 2020: Invisible Man - Ralph Ellison

OCTOBER 2020: Rilke's poetry

SEPTEMBER 2020: Macbeth - Shakespeare

AUGUST 2020: Howard's End - E.M. Forster

JULY 2020: Rootabaga Stories - Carl Sandberg

JUNE 2020: The Quiet Storms of Rainer Maria Rilke - Terrance Lane Millet (editor)

MARCH 2020: Orlando - Virginia Woolfe

FEBRUARY 2020: The Importance of Being Earnest - Oscar Wilde

JANUARY 2020: Cranford - Elizabeth Gaskell

NOVEMBER & DECEMBER 2019: The Iliad - Homer

OCTOBER 2019: Black Elk Speaks - John G. Neihardt

SEPTEMBER 2019: Anthony and Cleopatra - William Shakespeare

AUGUST 2019: The Bear - William Faulkner

JULY 2019: Grapes of Wrath - John Steinbeck

JUNE 2019: Nana - Émile Zola

MAY 2019: In Search of Sappho - Phillip Freeman

APRIL 2019: The Trial - Franz Kafka

MARCH 2019: Treasure Island - Robert Louis Stevenson

FEBRUARY 2019: Lady Chatterley's Lover - DH Lawrence

JANUARY 2019: Oedipus Rex - Sophocles