Reader’s Circle Book Discussion via ZOOM (Registration) – “A Tale of Two Cities”
Thursday, September 3
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Read ebooks from Hoopla or Overdrive or borrow library books to read ahead of time and join a discussion about a different work every Thursday afternoon.
Except for the meeting on Sept. 10 these will be held on ZOOM – Register with email@example.com to get the Zoom link or the exact location for the meeting on the 10th.
A Tale of Two Cities (ongoing discussion, Part II, chapters 1-24)
With his sublime parting words, “It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done…” Sidney Carton joins that exalted group of Dickensian characters who have earned a permanent place in the popular literary imagination. His dramatic story, set against the volcanic fury of the French Revolution and pervaded by the ominous rumble of the death carts trundling toward the guillotine, is the heart-stirring tale of a heroic soul in an age gone mad. A masterful pageant of idealism, love, and adventure — in a Paris bursting with revolutionary frenzy, and a London alive with anxious anticipation — A Tale of Two Cities is one of Dickens’s most energetic and exciting works.