The Literature Forum's successful season continued as nearly 70 people attended the last meeting to discuss "Cry, The Beloved Country."
Alan Paton's novel of South Africa spurred discuss of the long political history of South Africa. The book is said to be the most influential South African novel ever written. Many discussion participants related personal experiences in South Africa and they affirmed how well the story captured the social mood of the country.
The season's final meeting at 1 p.m. April 12 will focus on "Tinkers, by Paul Harding. Copies of the book are available for purchase at Ruhama's Books in the Sand on Boca Grande or online. Some copies are available at the Fust Library and the Reference Room of the Community Center.
Literature Forum crowds have been healthy all season at the Boca Grande Woman’s Club Room.
Literature Forum meets on the second Thursday of every month from November through April at the Woman's Club Room of the Community Center.
All are invited to come to listen or to participate. Admission is free.
What: Literature Forum discussion of "Tinkers, by Paul Harding
When: 1 p.m. April 12
Where: Boca Grande Community Center Woman's Club Room