Book clubs make life better. They strengthen friendships. They broaden horizons. They provide an airtight excuse for wine and cheese. And ideally they lead to unforgettable conversations. The one trouble with book clubs—in our experience—is finding stuff that interests everyone, and that none of the group has read.
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If you’re in a book club with six readers or more, you can get your discount today. Here’s how:
(Teachers: if you’d like to have your students read and discuss The Paris Review in your classroom, send a note to [email protected] and we’ll help you set up a discounted bulk order.)
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