Harborne & Edgbaston

Literary 3

Coordinator: Bridget Macey

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We have no vacancies currently.

This group of 9 members meet regularly, on a monthly basis, in each others’ homes. A core group has been meeting for the past 3 years with new people joining as vacancies have arisen.

We have maintained our original format. Unlike most Reading Groups we do not confine ourselves to one book per session, each member talks about the book she/he is currently reading. The benefits of this is that at each meeting we briefly discuss a range of literature, ranging from the classics to crime and modern fiction. Over the year we our discussions included:

The Children Act by Ian McEwan
Purple Hibiscus by Chimamunda Ngozi Adichie
Middlemarch by George Eliott.

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