After an individualized reading, the work is discussed in a group with the help of a moderator who makes a brief introduction to the book, asks questions, leads and encourages the debate.
The works this cycle will be focused on Afro-American literature.
Synopsis of the play of the month "A blind man with a gun" by Chester Himes:
“With penetrating irony, humor and cynicism, Chester Himes transports us to a Harlem where hatred will converge in the streets and where Coffin Johnson and Grave Digger Jones (the two toughest cops in the district) will be swept up in the senselessness of the violence unleashed, as absurd and dangerous as shooting a blind man with a pistol.”
Taken from The book house.