Margot will lead us through a discussion of three compelling novels that represent both terrible and wonderful aspects of the intimacy of family life.  There is wisdom and compassion in all three, as they explore the difficult and ambiguous choices and the deep emotional work that life demands of us.

Session 1:  Breathing Lessons by Anne Tyler

Session 2:  Monogamy by Sue Miller

Session 3:  Family Happiness by Laurie Colwin

Zoom only (no recording)

3 Sessions |Tuesdays| Jan 25, Feb 1, 8 | 1-2:30 pm | $30

Margot Miller, Ph.D.

Margot Miller, Ph.D., holds a doctorate in French literature and has taught French literature (originally at university settings) and literature in English and English translation from French and Italian, at the ALL/Chesapeake Forum since 2007. Her specialty is women writers of the 20th and 21st centuries.

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