A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens

  • October 15, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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NOTE ON LOCATION: This meetup will be in a private home in Franklin. I'll send details a couple days before the meetup.

From Wikipedia:

A Tale of Two Cities (1859) is a novel by Charles Dickens, set in London and Paris before and during the French Revolution. With well over 200 million copies sold, it ranks among the most famous works in the history of fictional literature

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  • Tracy Noble

    Sylvia,
    Sorry you will not be there tonight. How's it going with the apt and everything??

    October 15

  • Lillie

    Still a slight chance I'll make it, but very doubtful, so going ahead and changing rsvp

    October 15

  • Connie Calloway

    So sorry that I am going to have to change my RSVP to not attending. It is far easier to squeeze in the reading time than to clear out my schedule to attend! I really enjoyed rereading this one, and I'm sure the meeting will be fun!

    October 15

  • Evin Keane

    Can't make it, I'm out of town for work. Enjoy it!

    October 14

  • Sylvia

    With a Special Guest Appearance featuring Greg! The Best of Times, again.

    September 10

    • Greg Cales

      Thanks Sylvia!

      September 11

    • Sylvia

      <sigh!> And I have to MISS this must auspicious occasion. The Worst of Times, surely...

      September 21

  • Sylvia

    I absolutely hate having to miss "Two CIties", but... I have to dedicate my time from escaping the huge land excavators, loaders, dump trucks, and bulldozers ripping up the hills literally just a few yards from my bedroom and living room windows every day starting at sunrise. The "small erosion project" turned out to really be 300 apartment units. I can't attend meetups in any of my groups until I find a new apartment, break my lease here, pack, and move. I even have to take off from work a week to get this Great Escape underway ASAP.

    September 21

  • Jeff M

    this is in my top 3 all time favorites. I'm going to have the last line in the book put on my tombstone.

    1 · August 12

    • Dave D

      Mine's going to be "Exit, pursued by a bear"

      2 · August 12

    • Sylvia

      LOL! I love to use that line, but when I do, mostly, people just stare...

      September 3

  • Lillie

    If I can read Hemingway and love it, why not Dickens....looking forward to trying it

    August 11

  • Lee_K

    Hate to miss this.

    July 24

  • Cynthia Durham Randolph

    My favorite Dickens!

    July 24

  • Connie Calloway

    I dearly love Dickens, and this one I have not read in decades. Very happy choice!

    July 24

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