September Book Discussion: The Winter of Our Discontent by John Steinbeck.
NOTE: EARLIER TIME TO EASE PARKING ONCE SCHOOL IS IN SESSION
Led by Denise Stankovics
Written by a recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature and the U.S. Medal of Freedom, The Winter of Our Discontent tells the story of Ethan Allen Hawley, a clerk in a Long Island grocery story once owned by his family. No longer members of the upper class, his wife is restless and his teenage son wish for material comforts that the family can no longer afford. In a moment of moral crisis, Ethan sets aside his scrupulous standards as a the novel explores the line between private and public honesty and offers a penetrating insight into the American condition. Copies will be available at the library. Call 860-763-3501 to register.