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Friday Morning Musing for Short Story Lovers

November 11 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Dillies Pilevsky, English and history instructor
Short stories are timeless in their magical ability to help us make human connections with an author, a narrative, our own life experience and each other. What does this mean? Let’s find out! Stories are listed in the order to be read. PDF and Zoom link are provided with your registration confirmation email.  You can also click on the story title below to access the PDF.  

Sect 1: Sept 16-30, 10 am-noon
Honoring Philip Roth 1933-2018
• Contest for Aaron Gold 1955
 Defender of the Faith 1959
• You Can’t Tell a Man By the Song He Sings1959

Sect 2: Oct 14-28, 10 am-noon
• Jilting of Granny Weatherall, Katherine Ann Porter, 1927
• A Mother’s Tale, James Agee, 1951
 And of Clay Are We Created, Isabel Allende, 1991

Sect 3: Nov 11-Dec 2, 10 am-noon
• To Build a Fire, Jack London, 1908
• A Jury of Her Peers, Susan Glaspell,1917
• The Way We Live Now, Susan Sontag, 1986

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November 11
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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