Starting Monday, May 1, we will be reading and discussing Virginia Woolf's novel TO THE LIGHTHOUSE. The virtual discussions are held weekly at noon (Central time) over the course of eight weeks, excluding Memorial Day on May 29. We are delighted that Eckerd College professor of rhetoric Suzan Harrison, author of EUDORA WELTY AND VIRGINIA WOOLF: GENDER, GENRE, AND INFLUENCE, will be leading the discussions alongside Eudora Welty's friend and biographer Suzanne Marrs, professor emerita of Millsaps College.
Please note that Suzan will be using the Harcourt Brace paperback edition with a foreword by Eudora Welty; however, any text will do. Stay tuned for the Zoom link, which will be sent out the week before our first discussion. If you received emails for previous Welty at Home book clubs, you are already registered for this free event. Otherwise, please email email@example.com to receive the link to the Zoom meetings.
May 1: Foreword by Eudora Welty, pages vii to xii, plus The Window, sections I through V, pages 3 to 30
May 8: The Window, sections VI through X, pages 30 to 62
May 15: The Window, sections XI through XVI, pages 62 to 82
May 22: The Window, sections XVII through XVIII, pages 82 to 117
May 29: MEMORIAL DAY BREAK
June 5: The Window, section XIX and Time Passes, sections I through X, pages 117 to 143
June 12: The Lighthouse, sections I through VII, pages 145 to 182
June 19: The Lighthouse, sections VIII though XIII, pages 182-209