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East Dover, VT 05341 United States
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July 2018

Book Discussion: My Old Man and the Sea by David and Daniel Hays

July 11
7:00 pm
Dover Free Library, East Dover

A rich selection of three novels and one memoir that explores family and deals with some of the most emotional aspects of blood relationships: the generational divide, communication, betrayal, reconciliation, forgiveness, and love. Read More »

Woody Guthrie: Dustbowl Balladeer

July 20
7:00 pm
Dover Free Library, East Dover
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In his music and writing, Woody Guthrie chronicled the devastation of the 1930s dust storms and the Great Depression, championing the dispossessed and economic and social justice. This presentation by Mark Greenberg explores the always-rambling Guthrie‚Äôs life and legacy through readings from his prolific prose writings, recorded and live examples of his music, and slides of Guthrie's own art and photographs. Read More »

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August 2018

Book Discussion: The Promise of Rest by Reynolds Price

August 1
7:00 pm
Dover Free Library, East Dover

A rich selection of three novels and one memoir that explores family and deals with some of the most emotional aspects of blood relationships: the generational divide, communication, betrayal, reconciliation, forgiveness, and love. Read More »

Book Discussion: A Thousand Acres by Jane Smiley

August 8
7:00 pm
Dover Free Library, East Dover

A rich selection of three novels and one memoir that explores family and deals with some of the most emotional aspects of blood relationships: the generational divide, communication, betrayal, reconciliation, forgiveness, and love. Read More »

Book Discussion: Montana 1948 by Larry Watson

August 29
7:00 pm
Dover Free Library, East Dover

A rich selection of three novels and one memoir that explores family and deals with some of the most emotional aspects of blood relationships: the generational divide, communication, betrayal, reconciliation, forgiveness, and love. Read More »

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