The Dillington Book Club

Course: The Dillington Book Club
Tutor: Elizabeth Rapp
Start Date: 5th November 2019
Start Time: 10.30am
End Time: Lunch
Fee: £25.00 What's included?

The Dillington Book Club offers an opportunity for all those lovers of literature to meet to discuss a variety of books. The group meets on the first Tuesday of every month and is led by Elizabeth Rapp, who brings with her a wealth of literary knowledge and experience.

Discussion is always lively and passionate as members are encouraged to freely view and express their opinions. Whilst the book club is intended for serious debate there is also a lot of fun to be had and discussions often continue all the way through lunch!

As far as possible, it would be helpful to buy the same edition of the books which will make it easier and quicker when reading round.

Dates for 2019
Tuesday 3 September – Captain Corelli’s Mandolin by Louis de Bernieres, published by Vintage
Tuesday 1 October – The Forty Rules of Love by Elif Shafak, published by Penguin Random House
Tuesday 5 November – Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte, published by Wordsworth Classics
Tuesday 3 December – The Color Purple by Alice Walker, published by Phoenix Paperback

Dates for 2020
4 February, 3 March, 7 April, 5 May, 2 June
Further details of novels to be discussed will be published on our website as soon as it is available.

£25 per session starting with coffee at 10.30am and ending with a three course lunch at 1.00pm. 

Prior booking is essential for all dates as places are limited.
For this month’s book club we will be discussing Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte - published by Wordsworth Classics

Tutor Information

Elizabeth Rapp

Elizabeth Rapp

Elizabeth Rapp is a graduate teacher with experience in both state and independent education. She has been leading creative writing and study days for some years in a wide variety of venues in the UK. She is a published poet and her fourth collection “What are the trees telling me” was published by Poetry Space Ltd in 2015.

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