Program Type:Brown Bag Lecture
Acclaimed actor, Terry Lynch, portrays American writer, Mark Twain. Twain lived his life between the Halley's Comets of 1835 and 1910. During that time, he penned some of the most beloved and controversial literature of the 19th century. Listen as Twain discusses his life, writings and constant struggle to be accepted by society and to support his family with his work.
This program will be held in person and livestreamed via Zoom. Registration is only required if you want to join virtually. Register below through Zoom directly. An email containing the link to join will automatically be emailed once registration is complete.
This presentation will be recorded and available on the Library's YouTube channel for two weeks after the presentation.