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The maximum security book club reading literature in a men"s prison by Mikita Brottman

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Books and reading,
  • Prison libraries,
  • Prisoners,
  • Social work with criminals

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementMikita Brottman
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHV8482.M3 B76 2016
The Physical Object
Paginationxxix, 230 pages
Number of Pages230
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27210209M
ISBN 100062384333
ISBN 109780062384331
LC Control Number2016013355
OCLC/WorldCa921864752

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When I began reading The Maximum Security Book Club: Reading Literature in a Men's Prison by Mikita Brottman, I thought I would be reading a book memoir of sorts, but it turns out that wasn't exactly what I found. This book IS a memoir but it is the story of Mikita Brottman and her experiences moderating a book club at Jessup Correctional /5. Jun 07,  · Though The Maximum Security Book Club never loses sight of the moral issues raised in the selected reading, it refuses to back away from the unexpected insights offered by the company of these complex, difficult men. It is a compelling, thoughtful analysis of literature—and prison life—like nothing you’ve ever read before. Apr 14,  · The Maximum Security Book Club: Reading Literature in a Men's PrisonI absolutely loved this book, The Maximum Security Book Club, Reading Literature in a Men’s Prison, by Mikita Brottman, an Oxford educated scholar who teaches humanities at Maryland Institute of the Arts (MICA).With my passion for literature and my background of teaching Literature and Language Arts in /5(15). Though The Maximum Security Book Club never loses sight of the moral issues raised in the selected reading, it refuses to back away from the unexpected insights offered by the company of these complex, difficult men. It is a compelling, thoughtful analysis of literature—and prison .

In Maximum Security Book Club, out June 7th, Brottman pens the tale of her immersion into prison life and dealing with the convicts who became the members of her book club. I spoke to her about the power of literature to transform, reform and illuminate the minds of prisoners. Jul 15,  · Though The Maximum Security Book Club never loses sight of the moral issues raised in the selected reading, it refuses to back away from the unexpected insights offered by the company of these complex, difficult men. It is a compelling, thoughtful analysis of literature--and prison life--like nothing you've ever read before"-- Provided by publisher. The Maximum Security Book Club: Reading Literature in a Men's Prison: hisn-alarum.com: Mikita Brottman: Libros en idiomas extranjeros/5(15). Editions for The Maximum Security Book Club: Reading Literature in a Men's Prison: (Hardcover published in ), (Kindle Edition published in.

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