An Imagined Civil War: Geraldine Brooks’ March and Civil War Fiction
a book discussion of March by Geraldine Brooks
Discussion leader Anne Sarah Rubin MHC
Location: Enoch Pratt Library, Light Street Branch
February 20th at 6:00pm
The second in our book discussion series, hear from Anne Sarah Rubin as she discusses the Pulitzer Prize winning March by Geraldine Brooks. The discussion will consider the relationship between March and Little Women, some of the biographical connections to Louisa May Alcott and he way in which the novel reflects an alternative civil war experience.
Register for this talk today so you have a good read ready for the cold winter months. Copies of the book can be borrowed from the museum, until the discussion, starting now! Participation is free but seats are limited, so contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-732-6400 x215 ASAP!
Anne Sarah Rubin is an Associate Professor of History and Director of the Center for Digital History and Education at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. She received her AB from Princeton University and her MA and PhD from the University of Virginia. Dr. Rubin is currently President of the Society of Civil War Historians.