Glad to have you on board! I think either of these books qualifies -- I'll
put them on the list.
>From: Marcy <[address removed]>
>Reply-To: [address removed]
>To: [address removed]
>Subject: Re: [bookclub-679] Suggestions for a classic work of fiction
>Date: Sun, 27 May[masked]:05:54 -0400 (EDT)
>Hi, I'm Marcy, and I have yet to attend a meeting, but I'm planning to
>in June. What exactly is "classic" fiction? Can I nominate
>Five"? I found it on a list of "classics" and I thought it might be a nice
>tribute to the late Kurt Vonnegut. Count of Monte Cristo sounds good too.
>Looking forward to meeting you all in June!
>On 5/27/07, Charles <[address removed]> wrote:
>>*A special announcement from Charles, Assistant Organizer of The Denver
>>Book Club Meetup Group*
>>We alternate each month between fiction and non-fiction. For June, we'll
>>be discussing CS Lewis's "The Abolition of Man". But for the meet after
>>this, we've decided to go with a classic novel. Judah has suggested "The
>>Pearl" by John Steinbeck; Natalie has suggested "Wuthering Heights". We'll
>>accept nominations till this Thursday, May 31, then vote for one. Please
>>submit your nominations either through our group mailing list or directly
>>me through our website.
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