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1. [Upper Valley] Getting Schooled - Garret Keizer in Norwich 9/17 - Liza
Bernard
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GARRET KEIZER

GETTING SCHOOLED
The Reeducation of an American Teacher

Wednesday =E2=80=A2 September 17 =E2=80=A2 7 pm
Norwich Bookstore

After a 14-year break from teaching to pursue writing, Garret Keizer
returns to his post as a high school English teacher in rural Vermont.
Keizer takes readers to school with him, documenting new challenges, such as teachers' need to spend precious time on supposed time-saving technologies, to the special issues involved with teaching the students from farming families in an agribusiness society.

"One of the most vital, beautiful, and human documents I have come across
in years, from the finest essayist writing today--a book about the true
depths of ordinary days and all that is at stake within our schools. But also about work and youth and advancing age, about resistance and pride and defeat and wit and good intentions. In short, everything, brilliantly knitted into the diary of a schoolteacher in a small northern town." --Jeff Sharlet, author of Sweet Heaven When I Die

Garret Keizer is the author of the critically acclaimed books, The Enigma
of Anger and A Dresser of Sycamore Trees. He lives with his family in
northeastern Vermont.

Reservations are recommended as seating is limited. Please call
802-649-1114, or email for more information.

***
Liza Bernard
Norwich Bookstore 291 Main Street =E2=80=A2 Post Office Box 307 =E2=80=A2 Norwich, VT 05055 = =E2=80=A2 802 649 1114 open 9-6 Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri & Sat & 9-8 Thurs & all the time at norwichbookstore.com

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