Lincoln in the Bardo (George Saunders)

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“Strange, isn’t it ? To have dedicated one’s life to a certain venture, neglecting other aspects of one’s life, only to have that venture, in the end, amount to nothing at all, the products of one’s labours ultimately forgotten ?”
– George Saunders
Public and participative discussion on the Man Booker Prize 2017, Lincoln in the Bardo (2017) by George Saunders.
You may purchase a copy here or download the eBook here.

Explore the text and pick a few passages to discuss together.

Via Skype Videoconference
Saturday 16 December, 6:30 pm (India)