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LUCY by Jamaica Kincaid.
In this short novella, the young narrator leaves the West Indies to take a job as an au pair for a wealthy family in the United States, and grapples with tradition, motherhood, identity, and the concept of home.
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The focus will be on the work of Tony-award winning playwright David Henry Hwang. Anyone who would like to participate should read Hwang's plays FOB and Trying to Find Chinatown from his 2011 collection published by the Theatre Communications Group titled Trying to Find Chinatown. Come ready to discuss and read portions aloud. Access the eBook below: