Uncover New England with discussion series
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DOVER- All are invited to attend a reading and discussion of “New England Uncovered,” a free book discussion series sponsored by the Vermont Humanities Council and the Dover Free Library. Discussions will be hosted by the Dover Free Library at the library on Wednesdays, beginning at 7 pm. The site is ADA accessible.

What lies hidden beneath the popular images of New England with its white spires and Yankee frugality?

The books featured in the series will be discussed as follows:

July 10 - “I’m a Stranger Here Myself” by Bill Bryson

July 24 - “Peyton Place” by Grace Metalious

August 7 - “Affliction” by Russell Banks

August 21 - “A Brother’s Blood” by Michael White

Discussions are led by Richard Wizansky.

For more information contact John Flores at (802) 348-7488. Books will be on loan in advance. The program is free and open to the public.

The Vermont Humanities Council is a private nonprofit organization affiliated with the National Endowment for the Humanities. To learn more about VHC or to find out about other events in your area visit www.vermonthumanities.org or call (802) 262-2626.

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