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Common Reads

Join us for a monthly virtual book club!

Please join Frick staff members, and fellow readers and literature lovers, Lisa Viscusi and Kelly McMasters for a virtual book club. Each month, we explore works from the established and new literary canon. We will cover a range of authors, topics, genres, and time periods, and our selections will include works of fiction and non-fiction—novels, essays, short stories, memoirs, and poems—by celebrated and soon-to-be-celebrated writers. Learn more about our upcoming sessions and register below.
Program Information

Common Reads

Dates: May 17, 2021
Location: Online
6:30 PM
Admission:
Free; registration required for each session. Program links will be sent to all registered participants.

Book Selections

Join us for an online discussion of Harper Lee's classic novel about race and justice in the Depression-era South. Though this novel resonated with audiences upon its publication in 1960, it has a long history of controversy due to its handling of themes of racial injustice and sexual assault. This program will examine the complicated language, plot, and history of this work through a 21st-century lens.

Register here