Turning Pages Book Discussion: Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk

On the snowy New Year's Eve of 1984, Lillian Boxfish leaves her Manhattan apartment for dinner at her favorite restaurant. Instead, she rambles through the city, remembering her life as an up-and-coming ad executive in Jazz Age New York. Seriously talented and not treated seriously, Lillian competed against the men in her job until her career derailed. Now 85 years old and undaunted by the degenerating city, she encounters limo drivers, bodega workers, and hip young people, until a midnight encounter brings her face-to-face with New York's newest danger.

We'll also start distributing copies of October's book, American Marriage.

Turning Pages is a librarian-led exploration of classic and contemporary fiction and non-fiction from around the world. This wide-ranging group will sample critically acclaimed and prize-winning titles with open and inclusive discussion aimed at engaging readers with the book and with each other. Williamsburg Regional Library will provide copies. If you can't find a copy of this month's book on the shelves, check with the Adult Services reference desk to find out how to get yours. 

Questions? Call us at 757.259.4050.

When

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 - 7:00pm

Location

Williamsburg
Event Room: 
Youth Services Program Room