Book Club Discussion: East of Eden
Air Date April 3, 2013
It’s the Book Club discussion on Midday Connection, and Dr. Rosalie de Rosset will be joining us. We’ll dive in to East of Eden, John Steinbeck’s novel and hear what you think as well as get Rosie’s take on this important piece of American fiction. We’ll also talk more about our next book club selection and you won’t want to miss that.
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Rosalie de Rosset
Dr. Rosalie de Rosset is a professor of Literature, English and Homiletics at Moody Bible Institute where she has been for forty-two years. She earned her M.A. in English from Northeastern Illinois University, M.Div. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and Ph.D. in Language, Literacy, and Rhetoric from The University of Illinois at Chicago. She is also the author of Unseduced and Unshaken: The Place of Dignity in a Young Woman's Choices.
View Dr. Rosalie de Rosset's recommended reading list.
Anita Lustrea is a graduate of Moody Bible
Institute and has worked for Moody Radio since 1984. She is a sought-after
conference and retreat speaker and loves to connect with Midday
Connection listeners face-to-face. Anita’s first book, What Women Tell Me,released from Zondervan. Her second book, Shades of Mercy, co-authored with Caryn Rivadeneira, released from Moody Publishers. Anita lives in the Chicago suburbs with
her husband, Mike, and her son, John.
To learn more about Anita, her
speaking schedule and to read her blog, visit her website and follow her on Twitter.
Lori Neff is the senior producer, social media/event coordinator and occasional co-host for the award-winning national radio program, Midday Connection. Lori grew up in a small town in Ohio, spending more time outside in nature than inside. She is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute and is currently studying counseling and Spiritual Direction. Her interests include art (looking at it and creating it), music, literature, humanitarian aid efforts, animal welfare efforts, gardening, coffee, thinking, learning and spending time with her husband and their three feisty cats.
For more information and to read her blog, please visit Lori's website and follow her on Twitter.