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Join other readers each month to discuss books at the library. Discussions are informal and are moderated by a librarian. Everyone is welcome and no signup is required. Just pick up a copy of the book at the Main Library adult checkout desk and drop in to join a discussion.
World Literature Club
Second Fridays at 10:00 a.m., Main Library Quincy Room
Discuss novels from around the world. For more information, call Julie at 617-376-2411.
|September 13||Birds Without Wings  by Louis De Berniers (Ottoman Empire)|
|October 11||The History of Love  by Nicole Krauss (Poland)|
|November 8||The Tiger's Wife  by Tea Obreht (Balkans)|
|December 13||The Flight of Gemma Hardy  by Margot Livesey (Scotland)|
|January 10, 2014||The Swallows of Kabul  by Yasmina Khadra (Afghanistan)|
|February 14||In the Country of Men  by Hisham Matar (Libya)|
|March 14||The Vagrants  by Yiyun Li (China)|
|April 11||The Memory of Love  by Aminatta Forna (Sierra Leone)|
|May 9||Censoring: An Iranian Love Story  by Shahriyar Mandanipour (Iran)|
|June 13||The Hakawati, or The Storyteller  by Rabih Alameddine (Lebanon)|
Booked for Lunch
First Fridays at noon, Main Library Atrium (near the café)
Read any good books lately? Looking for something new to read? Bring a brown bag lunch--or grab a sandwich or salad at the library café--and join other readers for an informal conversation about books. Just look for the brown Booked for Lunch sign.