Memory and the Art of Rereading

“Read a lot. Expect something big, something exulting or deepening from a book. No book is worth reading that isn’t worth rereading.” ~Susan Sontag
There are only so many hours available to any of us. For those of us who treasure reading, it would seem time ill-spent to re-read. Not so says Ginny Agnew who will make the case that in fact, re-reading can be the richest way to pass our precious time. When you do, the words become a part of you in a way that words in a book you’ve read only once can’t.
Plan to join in the discussion, and if you can, re-read your favorite book or story prior to our meeting so you can share with us your experience of re-discovery.
Ginny Agnew, MSLS, JD
May 31 (F) 12noon-1pm
5 (Includes lunch. Pre-registration required.)

Ginny Agnew, MSLS, JD, is an Austin lawyer, political activist and poet. She leads weekly Seton Cove mindfulness meditation sessions and is a regular presenter at Seton Cove on a variety of subjects that always include laughter.  Ginny also works as a reference librarian.


$35.00 Everyone
$31.50 Seton, Ascension & Providence Associates


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