ZOOM BOOK DISCUSSION REMINDER
Thoreau, The Kid, and Mr. Lou:
Book Notes of a Foreign Correspondent
This Tuesday, November 10, 2020
Athenaeum Proprietor Lou Salome lived for a year in the New Hampshire woods where he wrote the acclaimed Violence, Veils and Bloodlines: Reporting from War Zones. He kept a daily journal detailing his life in the woods, a year when dreams, notebooks, a card game called cribbage, baseball and the natural world played vital roles in helping to banish his demons. Those thick journals are the main, but not only, source of Thoreau, The Kid, and Mr. Lou: Book Notes of a Foreign Correspondent, a remarkable book on the transformative powers of words and memory.
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