Our virtual meeting in June will be dedicated to the analysis of “By degrees and dilatory time” by SL Huang, an award-winning writer who studied mathematics at MIT before dedicating herself to writing and working in Hollywood. In this story, she takes us to another world where we question our relationship with new technological advances.
Our virtual meeting in May will be dedicated to the analysis of "Hills like white elephants" by Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961). In this month's story, we'll explore aspects of style, symbolism, and themes in a short work by this American literature teacher.
Our virtual meeting in March, which is the month of women, will be dedicated to the analysis of "The Harvest" by Amy Hempel. The story deals with issues about the expectations of women in society, pain and recovery, among others.
Our first virtual meeting of 2021 will be dedicated to the analysis of two short works: “Niña” (“Girl”) by Jamaica Kincaid and a passage from the book “Between the world and me” (“Between the world and me”) by Ta- Nehisi Coates.