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Tuesday Morning Booktalks

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Summary

Join other book lovers for exciting discussions of world literature. Extensive handouts provided. Fall 2021.

September 28: Transcendent Kingdom by Yaa Gyasi
From the campus Go Big Read selection, Yaa Gyasi is a novelist born in Ghana but raised in Alabama.

October 26: Poet for a Pandemic by Emily Dickinson
Dickinson's approach to isolation takes on new meaning after a year of quarantining and searching within for inner resources.

November 30: The Man Who Lived Underground by Richard Wright
A previously unpublished novel released in 2021.

In light of the rising number of COVID cases, all Tuesday Morning Booktalks this fall will be held over Zoom:

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https://uwmadison.zoom.us/j/93058123662?pwd=OVFWRm0xZ0NRWnFMVmhKSWp1THdjZz09
Meeting ID: 930 5812 3662
Passcode: TMB2021

Check with emily.auerbach@wisc.edu for updates.

All classes are free but with the hope that participants will donate to the UW Odyssey Project.

Please register here if you'd like to attend or if you'd like future emails about this event.

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Earn Continuing Education Hours

By participating in this class you will earn:

Instructional Hours 9
University of Wisconsin Continuing Education Units .9

Explanation of Continuing Education Hours

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