We resume in a new format and with a new facilitator the meetings to analyze and debate different works of North American literature.
After a prior individualized reading, the works will be discussed in a group on the day of the meeting. we have Maria Willstedt as a moderator who will make a brief introduction, ask questions and animate the conversation.
You can get the story "The lottery" by Shirley Jackson in Spanish through the internet. The library can help those interested in locating the work by writing to email@example.com.
“This account by Shirley Jackson continues to shake and unsettle the reading public decades after it was first published in 1948. By turns enigmatic and heartbreaking, The Lottery raises troubling questions about conformity, tradition, and ritualized violence that can haunt even ordinary people. more bucolic and peaceful.”
Extracted from the Nordic publisher.