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Literature and works of fiction have played a central role in political education and emancipatory movements. Through works of fiction, we can explore in creative and engaging ways the enduring political ideals we share and challenges that we face.

The Red Book Club meets monthly in Glasgow to discuss the themes and ideas contained in the chosen book for that month. Members take it in turn to choose a book for discussion. The book club is not limited to by genre or time period. Previous novels have ranged from segregation in 1950s USA, to East Timor in the 1970s and even works of science fiction.

Read some book reviews of previous novels that the book club have chosen by browsing through our virtual library below, or join us for our next discussion.

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Next Book:

The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison (Holt, 1970), pp. 224.

7pm, Friday 26 July 2024, iCafe, Ingram Street, Glasgow

Future Reads...

August 2024: 

The Leopard, by Guiseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa (Pantheon, 1958), pp. 330.

The Master and Margarita, by Mikhail Bulgakov (YMCA Press, 1967), pp. 432.

September 2024: 

October 2024: 

TBC

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The Library

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  2022                                       

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