Novel Conversations is a book group that alternates between classic novels and more recent works of fiction and nonfiction. Participants are welcome to come to all the meetings or just those that sound interesting. Multiple copies of each book are available for checkout in the library and are, whenever possible, made available in large print, audiobook, and ebook editions.
Novel Conversations meets the third Thursday of each month from 7:00-8:00 pm in the Board Room. Refreshments are served!
Thursday, July 18
by Virginia Woolf
One of Woolf’s best known novels, the story of
moves back and forth through time as Mrs. Dalloway prepares to host a high society party in post-World War I England.
Mrs. Dalloway critiques the conservatism and traditionalism of the time, and examines the tragedy of the “lost generation” that fought
during the Great War.