Book Club: “Harrison Bergeron” by Kurt Vonnegut

This week we are reading the story called “Harrison Bergeron” by Kurt Vonnegut Please, read the story, pick your role, think about themes of the story, main characters, choose the passages you want to read or discuss… Please, make a copy before editing the templates: Group Discussion Leader Word Master

Book Club: “The Other Two” by Edith Wharton

This week we are reading the story suggested by Gerard. It is called “The Other Two” and was written by Edith Wharton. Please, read the story, pick your role, think about themes of the story, main characters, choose the passages you want to read or discuss… Please, make a copy

Book Club: “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” by Francis Scott Fitzgerald

This week we are reading the story by Francis Scott Fitzgerald called “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”. I watched the movie (Brad Pitt as the main character) but I haven’t read the story yet. I am looking forward to discussing it with you. Remember about roles and themes and

Book Club: “To Build a Fire” by Jack London

This week we are reading the story by Jack London called “To Build a Fire”. As usual, I ask you to think about themes, main characters of the story, something that impressed you, something that you have learned… Don’t forget to choose your role in our schedule. Please, make a copy before

Book Club: “I Stand Here Ironing” by Tillie Olsen

We have a couple of suggestions from our book club members. Hurray! This week we are going to discuss the story by Tillie Olsen called “I Stand Here Ironing”. As usual, I ask you to read the story, think about main characters, themes, the moral of the story, your own questions… Don’t forget

Book Club: “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” by Ambrose Bierce

This week we are reading the story by American writer Ambrose Bierce called “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge”. I know Ambrose Bierce for his sarcastic “Devil’s Dictionary”, so I am curious to read this short story. Please, read the story, think about main characters, themes, the moral of the