One Sunday: May 21 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET Online
Hernan Diaz's widely acclaimed second novel, Trust, is a puzzle house of interlocking narratives that begins with a rather traditional account of wealthy 1920s businessman Benjamin Rusk but soon complicates itself, delightfully. In this one-session class we will dig deep into Diaz's story, examining who, in fact, we can trust, and what truth and wealth do to one another. We will consider some of Diaz's influences and the contemporary implications of this historical novel, leading readers to a more profound understanding of this beguiling work.
One Sunday: May 21 from 2pm to 4pm ET Online
Trust By Hernan Diaz (9780593420317)
Carrie Callaghan’s debut novel, A Light of Her Own, about 17th century painter Judith Leyster, was published by Amberjack in 2018. Her novel, Salt the Snow (Amberjack, 2019), is about trail-blazing but little-known early 20th century journalist Milly Bennett and her years in 1930s Moscow and Spain. Carrie’s short stories have been published in multiple literary journals around the country, and she is a senior editor with the Washington Independent Review of Books.
REFUND POLICY: Please note that we can issue class refunds up until seven (7) days before the first class session.