5 Meetup Groups match “Literary Classics” near Brighton, MA
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Has a colleague's passing reference to a great writer (Hemingway or Tolstoy perhaps) made you wish you knew his work? Or perhaps you just finished The Brothers Karamazov but have no one to discuss it with? This is a book club for anyone who wishes to read and discuss classics works of the western literary canon. We meet monthly on Sunday afternoons in a Providence bookstore to discuss our chosen book of the month. Our interpretation of the "classics" is fairly strict; we mostly choose books or a …
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"No matter how busy you may think you are, you must find time for reading, or surrender yourself to self-chosen ignorance." — Confucius I'm sure I'm not the only one out there who gave many a classic book a pass while growing up. Yet it turns out our teachers were right and there is a literary currency that these works provide. This book club is your chance to sit down and finally read Anna Karenina, Don Quixote, Pride and Prejudice, but also the somewhat forgotten classics and even modern works …
A group for devoted to the development of its members writing, and the appreciation of local literary culture. New members are welcome to attend the free weekly workshop -- just bring copies of whatever you've been working on recently, and be prepared for critical, constructive feedback. This Meetup group is affiliated with the Boston Poetry Union, http://bostonpoetry.com, and The Pen & Anvil Press, http://penandanvil.com.
In an effort to create a new kind of book club, this group is dedicated to combining a few wonderful and creative elements: literature, libations, and community. It is my hope that this group can explore a variety of literary works from best sellers to classics as dictated by the group. If you are a 20-30 something, interested in meeting up to discuss books, have good conversation, and perhaps some excellent wine or beer this is the group for you!
Join other women for discussions on an eclectic mix of fiction and non-fiction books. We will meet once a month - usually the evening of the first Tuesday - at a member's home on the North Shore. The North Shore Page Turners will be a very dynamic group of women who share one thing in common: an enthusiasm for books. Each month, members read a particular book, chosen by the whole group or by the Organizer, and meet to share observations, insights, and personal thoughts about it. Meetings are dev …
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