The Reader's Eye - Main Library

THE READERS EYE: MODERN LITERARY CINEMA

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New York Movie—Edward Hopper

The Reader’s Eye is a book/film discussion program focusing on acclaimed literary works that have been made into equally acclaimed films. Participants will read the novel then meet to view the related film and discuss both works: their differences, their similarities, and their general impact. Participants must pre-register for this program with George Dillard (634-2464, ext.250). Viewings/discussions will be held on the third Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm in the Library Gallery.

Feb. 21: All About Eve (1950), d. by Joseph Mankiewiecz

March 20: Mother Night (1996), d. by Keith Gordon

April 17: Wonder Boys (2000), d. by Curtis Hansen

May 15: The Night Listener (2006), d. by Patrick Stettner

Bestir yourself. Move into the wider realm. --Goethe

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