Program Type:Book Discussion / Literary Reading
First performed in 1602, Twelfth Night remains one of Shakespeare's most engaging comedies. Plotted with delightful twists and turns, disguises, deception, dupery, romance, mistaken attraction and gender switching, it is a play of compounding hilarity and surprising resolutions.
Our guest discussion leader is Dr. Loreen Giese, Professor of English at Ohio University.
There will be a ten-minute restroom/stretching break in the middle of the group discussion.
Sponsored by the Friends of the Athens Public Library.
Please register for this event online or by contacting a librarian. Copies of the book will be available from local libraries and interlibrary loan.