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Luminous and Magnetic Innovations in Fiction

How remarkable that almost 100 years after the publication of Virginia Woolf’s novel “To the Lighthouse,” she continues to “make it new” for her 21st Century readers with innovations in form (shifting narratives, stream of consciousness, even radical punctuation) and content (perspectives on WWI, questions about gender roles, and the complexity of the human mind). We will explore the book’s staying power and end with Grace Paley’s funny and pithy “Conversation with My Father.”

Instructor

Paula Friedman

Paula Friedman

Paula Friedman taught a diverse range of literature classes at Cardinal Stritch University for more than three decades before retiring in May 2013. Some of her favorite classes included Irish Literature, Nonwestern Literature, Contemporary Literature and Images of Women in ... read more

Date: 4 Thu, Sept 8-29

Delivery Method: In-person With Livestream

Time: 10-11:15am CT

Location: UWM Hefter Conference Center or view on Zoom

Instructor: Paula Friedman

Fee: $25

Program Number: FALL:100

Registration opens Tue, Aug 16.
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