Book Reading and Discussion Series 2017
Let’s Talk About It is a library discussion series that brings scholars and community members together to explore how selected books illuminate a particular theme. The Havelock-Craven County Public Library and Lifetime Learning Center are partners in presenting this nine-week series. The Thursday night programs include an opportunity to read five books and interact with five visiting scholars to learn more about the authors and to discuss the books.
Meeting dates for this year’s programs are on Thursdays, from February 23 to April 20, at the Havelock Library from 6 to 8 p.m. The program is free.
Please call the Havelock Library at (252) 447-7509 to register for the program.
This year’s theme – MAD WOMEN IN THE ATTIC
What happens to a woman whose behavior defies social and domestic expectations? Perhaps she is locked in an attic; more often she is a woman involved in a quest to discover her identity. These works may help us redefine what is a “mad woman.”
- February 23
- March 9
- March 23
- April 6
- April 20
- Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Brontë
- Wide Sargasso Sea, by Jean Rhys
- The Yellow Wallpaper, by Charlotte Perkins (Stetson) Gilman
- Surfacing, by Margaret Atwood
- Sula, by Toni Morrison
*Note: If you are unable to attend all five sessions, please don’t hesitate to register for the program. You can attend selected programs as per your schedule. Books are available for pick-up two weeks prior to the events.
This program is sponsored by a grand from the North Carolina Humanities Council in cooperation with the North Carolina Center for the Book.
Meeting dates for this year’s programs are on selected Thursdays from Feb. 23 to April 20, at the Havelock Library from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. The program is free, but books and space are limited. Please call the Havelock Library at (252) 447-7509 to register for the program and learn when the first book will be available for pick-up.