Housekeeping by Marilynne Robinson - Spring 2006, Ohlone College Book Club
…is our book selection for Spring 2006. Housekeeping is the story of two sisters abandoned by a series of relatives until taken up by their eccentric Aunt Sylvie.
In 1981 Le Anne Schreiber wrote in the New York Times Book Review:
Marilynne Robinson has written a first novel that one reads as slowly as poetry - and for the same reason: The language is so precise, so distilled, so beautiful that one doesn't want to miss any pleasure it might yield up to patience.
Purchase copies in the Ohlone College Library for $10 USD each (cash only please) - buy from the Reference/Information Desk (not the Circulation/Checkout Desk).
Librarians Kathy Sparling and K.G. Greenstein will lead a book club discussion on Friday, April 7, 2006, from 2:00pm to 3:30pm in Room 1307 (Video Conference Room in the Library).
Book Club Discussion Blog
Can't attend a live discussion? Librarian Kathy Sparling has set up a Blog for the Book Club. We will be posting topics for discussion there and you are welcome to join the discussion by posting your own comments in response. Visit the Book Club Blog at ohlonereads.blogspot.com (be sure you are using a current version of Netscape, Internet Explorer, FireFox or other browser if the blog doesn't display correctly - Netscape 4.x is outdated and the blog may not appear as intended!).