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• What we'll do Eager to Discuss World Literature, Learn, And Meet New Friends? Then: Join Bwè “Book & Coffee Club” Meetup For Lively Discussions & a Few Gourmet Cups of Coffee Tuesday, January 30, at 6 pm in “Old German Bakery” (4th & Washington, Hoboken) Discussion Theme: “Identity” Readings: 3 short stories + excerpts from a book (available on our online Meetup website) • American writer James Baldwin’s 2 short stories: “A Question of Identity”(see https://www.sas.upenn.edu/~cavitch/pdf-library/Baldwin_Question.pdf ) & “Notes of a Native Son” (see http://www5.csudh.edu/ccauthen/570f15/baldwin.pdf ) • Canadian writer Alice Munro’s short story “Boys and Girls” (http://www.giuliotortello.it/shortstories/boys_and_girls.pdf ) • Excerpts from Romanian-French writer E.M. Cioran’s “The Trouble with Being Born” (http://sfbay-anarchists.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/The-Trouble-With-Being-Born-E.-M.-Cioran.pdf , pp. 7-12) Facilitator: Vartuhi Tonoyan ([masked]) • What to bring • Important to know

Let's discuss world literature and make friends!

Old German Bakery

• What we'll do Eager to Discuss World Literature, Learn, And Meet New Friends? Then: Join Bwè “Book & Coffee Club” Meetup For Lively Discussions & a Few Gourmet Cups of Coffee When? Tuesday, February 27, at 6 pm Where? The “Old German Bakery” (4th & Washington, Hoboken) Discussion Theme: “Family” Art by Jessica Robertson Readings: 3 short stories (available on our online Meetup website) • American writer Nathaniel Hawthorne’s short story: “Passages from a Relinquished Work” • American poet William Carlos Williams’s short story “The Girl with the Pimply Face” • American author Bel Kaufman’s “Sunday in the Park” Guest Facilitator: John Law Head ([masked]) • What to bring Yourself • Important to know We're a bunch of knowledge-thirsty and fun-loving folks! We're diverse (in gender, age, race, and backgrounds). We believe that diversity provides the variance in ideas necessary to come up with creative solutions to the world problems :->.

We're going to discuss the poetry of a contemporary poet, Scott Wordsmann!

We're a bunch of diverse, full of live, and funny folks who LOVE chatting about the world literature and read books to understand life (haha). :-> Come join us! Make friends, contribute, and learn!

Let's discuss some of the world literature

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• What we'll do Eager to Discuss World Literature, Learn, And Meet New Friends? Then: Join Bwè “Book & Coffee Club” Meetup For Lively Discussions & a Few Gourmet Cups of Coffee Tuesday, January 30, at 6 pm in “Old German Bakery” (4th & Washington, Hoboken) Discussion Theme: “Identity” Readings: 3 short stories + excerpts from a book (available on our online Meetup website) • American writer James Baldwin’s 2 short stories: “A Question of Identity”(see https://www.sas.upenn.edu/~cavitch/pdf-library/Baldwin_Question.pdf ) & “Notes of a Native Son” (see http://www5.csudh.edu/ccauthen/570f15/baldwin.pdf ) • Canadian writer Alice Munro’s short story “Boys and Girls” (http://www.giuliotortello.it/shortstories/boys_and_girls.pdf ) • Excerpts from Romanian-French writer E.M. Cioran’s “The Trouble with Being Born” (http://sfbay-anarchists.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/The-Trouble-With-Being-Born-E.-M.-Cioran.pdf , pp. 7-12) Facilitator: Vartuhi Tonoyan ([masked]) • What to bring • Important to know

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