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Rome Book Club

March 13th we will discuss all of "Flatland" by Abbott and read out loud some of  "All's Well That Ends Well" by Shakespeare.

Next books will be "Saint Joan" by Mark Twain, "Huckleberry Finn" also by Twain and "Little House on the Prairie" by Wilder.

Next Shakespeare will be "The Tempest".


We will keep the reading to 100 pages or so per week. Since these are 'fun' books, reading should go swiftly; therefore, 100 pages should not be too time consuming or taxing.

The study group is open to multiple-generations (junior high - grandparents).  We are very much looking forward to combining the ages while all discussing the same text!

What is the purpose of reading and discussing these books?
These classics are full of potent, "secret" information that has been used for centuries to run, move and impact the world.  Only a very small portion of the population of the world has read all these books - certainly less that 1%!  Knowledge of the greatest ideas and events is the starting point of a great education, and it is vital to leadership preparation.

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