Lit Group News

For the past six years BWW Lit Group has met on Tuesday nights to analyze and discuss fiction, delving into narrative structures, character development and authorial quirks. (See list below.)

January 4th – February 1st join our lively discussion on Lucia Berlin’s “A Manual for Cleaning Women”. This short story collection is compiled in chronological order so we’ll note the changes in Berlin’s literary voice.  

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February 8th – March 15th join us for Alfred Doblin’s “Berlin Alexanderplatz”

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Elena Ferrante – My Brilliant Friend
Don DeLillo – White Noise
Italo Calvino – Invisible Cities
David Foster Wallace – Infinite Jest
William Faulkner – Absalom, Absalom
Mikhail Bulgakov – The Master and Margarita
James Baldwin – Giovanni’s Room
James Joyce – Ulysses
Ali Smith – How To Be Both
Clarice Lispector – The Passion According to G .H.
George Eliot – Middlemarch
Dennis Johnson – Angels and Jesus’ Son
Miguel de Cervantes – Don Quixote
Herman Melville – Moby Dick
Georges Perec – Life, A User’s Manual
Anna Burns – Milkman
Fyodor Dostoevsky – The Brothers Karamazov
Enrique Vila-Matas – Mac’s Problem
Gerald Murnane – Barley Patch
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – Americanah
Octavia E. Butler – Parable of the Sower
Don DeLillo – Underworld
Albert Camus – The Plague
José Saramago – Blindness
Giovanni Boccaccio – The Decameron
Vladimir Nabokov – Pnin
Vladimir Nabokov – Pale Fire
Samuel Beckett – Three Novels (Molloy, Malone Dies, The Unnamable)
William Faulkner – The Hamlet
Malcolm Lowry – Under The Volcano
Yoko Tawada – The Emissary
Yoko Ogawa – The Memory Police
Edna O’Brien – A Pagan Place
Alice Munro – Lives of Girls and Women
Nikolai Gogol – Dead Souls
Salman Rushdie – Midnight’s Children