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Kent Library: Fall 2007 Book Discussion

Fall 2007 Book Discussion
Ishmael by Daniel Quinn

Thursday,  November 29th, 2007

4:00 pm

Kent Library

In the Quiet Reading Room,

Next to Information Commons

Refreshments Provided!


An Adventure of the Mind and Spirit

  • Ever wondered about the nature of human existence?

  • Ever contemplated an alternative creation theory?

  • Do you enjoy stories that make you think outside of the box and question everything youve ever been told?

If so, please join us at the Book Discussion!

Ishmael by Daniel Quinn, is a critically acclaimed novel and winner of the Turner Tomorrow Award that traces human evolution and investigates the existence of mankind and his global downfall. Pick up a copy of Ishmael today and gain insight from a new and unusual perspective. Voice your ideas on Quinns writings and hear others opinions on this renowned literary work at our book discussion.

For Questions, please contact:

Kristy Cross at kdcross1s@semo.edu

*R.S.V.P is appreciated, but not necessary*

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