By Joanne Kendall
Originally published in the April 2018 issue of the 1666 Coffman Newsletter
On Wednesday, April 18, Coco Weber will review The Round House, one the novels of Louise Erdrich in which she speaks so powerfully of and for the Native Americans who are central to her writing.
The strong women in Code Girls by Liz Mundy sparked lively conversation and recollections of World War II in the discussion that followed Huber Warner’s Book Night review in March. Those in the audience at Katie Weiblen’s February Book Night review of Emma, recall the delight her telling of the single-mindedness of its author, Jane Austen, and the determination of the main character—their strengths quite a contrast to Katie’s softly genteel stage setting in a Georgian-Regency Period mini-parlor.
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