This is a short reading that raises some important questions: How do we know who we are? Is who you are determined by what others think of you? Why is it difficult not to care about what others think of you? Do we control the way other people see and think about us? Join us and tell us what you think.
Every second Wednesday of the month we meet at the Noe Valley Branch Library to discuss a well-known essay or short story by a famous author. If you like great ideas, great writing, and stimulating discussions, come and participate at our meetings. To request a copy of the upcoming reading selection, contact Clifford Louie at [masked] or Jim Hall at[masked]-2125. This non-profit educational activity is sponsored by the Noe Valley Branch Library and the Great Books Council of San Francisco (www.greatbooks-sf.com).