Monthly Archives: March 2017

Are We There Yet? A Journey to an Understanding of Finnegans Wake

Review from The Record, March 17th, 2017 Apologies to Thérèse Pelchat and Lucille Lefebvre and also to intrepid readers who went to the Library this week expecting paintings and who found instead an exhibition of the Sherbrooke Photo Club. Mixed … Continue reading

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Lennoxville Library Book Sales—Best Book Bang for Buck!

—Muriel Fitzsimmons I feel so fortunate to be living in Lennoxville, a place where so many people actually read books. Every year there are many great used book sales where I can scoop up a whole bunch of lovely reads … Continue reading

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Imitation is the Sincerest Form of…Jeeves and Wooster!

—Vincent Cuddihy Think comedy duos—Laurel and Hardy, Abbot and Costello, Jerry and George…. Well, Pelham Grenville (P.G.) Wodehouse was one of the most prolific writers of the 20th century in English, or any other language for that matter. And he … Continue reading

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A Hole in the Ground !

BY MELANIE CUTTING Local writer and humorist Ross Murray (former editor and owner of the Stanstead Journal, frequent contributor to CBC radio’s “Breakaway”, and a regular columnist for the newspaper you are currently reading), has written a novel. Although writing … Continue reading

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Tom Clancy’s Duty and Honor : a satisfying work in the genre

The Blue Jays defeated the Orioles a week ago Tuesday, and one of the Adopt-A-Book titles for this week’s fundraiser is Duty and Honor. What do these two circumstances have in common (albeit obliquely?)? Tom Clancy! Both are testaments to … Continue reading

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