Elizabeth Strout's Olive Kitteridge won the hearts of readers in 2008, won the Pulitzer Prize a year later, and became an award-winning TV miniseries (starring Frances McDormand) in 2014. In Olive, Again, published just last year, Strout's treasured character is back, now in her 80's but scrappy as ever—still crotchety, still stubborn, and still able to win our affections. Join us to explore Strout's profound insights into the lives of Olive and her fellow townspeople as they cope with the changing currents of our times.
Learn more on the course's webpage.
Cost: $140 (4 sessions)
Dates: June 9,11, 23, and 25
JHU full-time faculty & staff are eligible for tuition remission. You will be unable to register online and receive the discount. For details contact firstname.lastname@example.org.