BOOK CLUB ITALIANO

Joining a book club is fun – and if it’s all in Italian, even better!

There are many good reasons to join a book club: you discover new books that you might have overlooked; it gives you a reason to find time to read before the next meeting (even with a busy schedule); you can have respectful debates about something other than politics; you can read exciting fiction that deals with social issues; hearing other readers’ ideas might get you to re-think yours.

For all the advantages mentioned above. But Book Club in Italian? Well, what a fine way to improve your mastery of ‘la bella lingua’.

Teachers of Italian have also participated and one happy teacher said: “The hours attending Book Club Italiano help boost the required hours of continual professional development I need to complete annually.”

PAST BOOK CLUBS:

  • August 2021. L’Appello (The Roll Call) by Alessandro D’Avenia.
  • February 2021. Cristo si e’ fermato ad Eboli by Carlo Levi.
  • August 2020. La Mennulara by Simonetta Agnello Hornby.
  • May 2020 (via Zoom). Testimone Inconsapevole by Gianrico Carofiglio.
  • February 2020. La relazione by Andrea Camilleri.
  • May 2019 (via Zoom). A ciascuno il suo by Leonardo Sciascia.
  • February 2019. Scontro di Civiltả per un ascensore in Piazza Vittorio by Amara Lakhous.

The Italian Book Club was a thoroughly enjoyable and intellectually stimulating experience.

James M – Book Club Italiano Term 1, 2021

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