Wednesday, June 20, 2007
[Tell Me About A Book!] Theme Two: Biographies vs. Historical Fiction
Tell Me About a Book!
A Summer Reading program for Adult Book Clubs
June 2-July 28, 2007
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Tell Me About A Book! Theme 2
Biographies vs. Historical Fiction: The Importance of the Individual in Fact or Fiction
Biographies and Historical Fiction are favorite genres for many book clubs. Consider the following questions yourself or share them with your book club.
- How important are "the facts" in historical fiction?
- Is there a place for modern ideas in historical fiction or biographies of historical figures?
- What can we learn about the future from the past?
- Do biographies and historical fiction appeal to you for the same reasons? Do you enjoy them both?
Use the "comments" section below to share your thoughts. Click here for instructions. [pdf]
Click here for Memphis Reads reviews about Biographies and Historical Fiction.
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