Miss Dreamsville and the Collier County Women’s Literary Society, by Amy Hill Hearth.

(Isn’t that a great last name for a woman who writes about a literary society?)  And isn’t this a long title for a book!  The title’s almost longer than any discussion about books among the society members.   This is more about what the (stereotypically) diverse members learn about themselves and the (southern) world of 1963 than what they learn about or from books.

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