OLLI at MSU Book Discussion Group

Dates: August 31, 2020 - June 21, 2021

Meets: Mon. from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Location: Online Presentation

$0.00
Wonderlust Member: $0.00

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Since 2004, the Wonderlust Book Group has held lively discussions of provocative books from around the world, including classic and contemporary literary fiction, timely nonfiction, and occasional works of epic poetry and drama.


Aug 31
–“Tender is the Night” by F. Scott Fitzgerald (~320 pp): American, originally published 1934. The group will be reading print of the 1934 edition rather than one of the subsequent editions.

Oct 5–“Nights at the Circus” by Angela Carter (~295 pp): British, originally published in 1984

Nov 2–“The Hate U Give” by Angie Thomas (~464 pp): American, originally published in 2017

Dec 7–“The Sound and the Fury” by William Faulkner (~366 pp): American, originally published in 1929

Jan 4–“Oh Pioneers!” by Willa Cather (~142 pp): American, originally published in 1913

Feb 1–“Stoner” by John Williams (~278 pp): American, originally published in 1965

March 1–“The Woman in the Dunes” by Kobo Abe (~241 pp): Japanese, originally published in 1962

April 5–“The Bridge on the Drina” by Ivo Andric (~314 pp): Yugoslavian, originally published in 1945

May 3–“Abigail”by Magda Szabó (~333 pp): Hungarian, originally published in 1970

June21(Updated)   –“Pale Horse, Pale Rider” by Katherine Anne Porter (~224 pp): American, originally published in 1939

Fee:   $0.00

Online Presentation

This is a real-time (live) online class that meets at the specified day(s)/time(s) listed.

We will send you a reminder email with login instructions one business day before the program start date. If there are additional sessions, we will send reminders the morning of those sessions.

Jan Zauha

Jan Zauha has been a faculty member at MSU since 1995. Her current work focuses on archives, outreach and promoting the humanities. Her research interests include Ivan Doig, recreational reading collections in academic libraries, and outreach planning and programming in archives and libraries.

She is the recipient of an Honorary Lifetime Membership in the Pacific Northwest Library Association, a Bozeman Public Library Cornerstone Award winner and was named a Humanities Hero by Humanities Montana.
Date Day Time Location
08/31/2020Monday3 PM to 5 PM Online Presentation
10/05/2020Monday3 PM to 5 PM Online Presentation
11/02/2020Monday3 PM to 5 PM Online Presentation
12/07/2020Monday3 PM to 5 PM Online Presentation
01/04/2021Monday3 PM to 5 PM Online Presentation
02/01/2021Monday3 PM to 5 PM Online Presentation
03/01/2021Monday3 PM to 5 PM Online Presentation
04/05/2021Monday3 PM to 5 PM Online Presentation
05/03/2021Monday3 PM to 5 PM Online Presentation
06/21/2021Monday3 PM to 5 PM Online Presentation
Obtaining books is the responsibility of each participant. Books can be purchased at a retail location and may be available from your public library.

For information about refunds, cancellations, minimum enrollments and more, see the Course Administration and Procedures page.

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