Join Literary Affairs and Professor Charles Lynn Batten for this four-part series at the Hotel Bel Air. Each of the novels in this series presents the mysterious relations of moral choice and circumstantial compulsion, of will and of fate, in the lives of its characters. These classic writers explore the consequences of the past as their characters grapple with the present. These four novels are
psychologically compelling and start the movement towards modernism.
All of these discussions begin at 10:30am and include a delicious continental breakfast and your choice of coffee or tea. Space is limited – get your tickets today!
Thursday, September 11: The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
Thursday, October 9: Lord Jim by Joseph Conrad
Thursday, November 13: Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton
Thursday, December 11: The Ambassadors by Henry James
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