Between the Lines
Locals join the national trend of reading in groups.
Thursday, December 5, 1996
It's a warm sunny afternoon; unusual for Carmel in November. Nevertheless, a group of 20 men and women, four to five decades removed from college, are indoors, sitting around tables at the Carmel Foundation, pondering the meaning of a difficult essay by Josephine Foo.
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