The Indianapolis Literary Club - 145th year
Essays 2015-2016 club year
From New York to California by Way of Indiana - William Briscoe
Him, Me and the MVFD - Randall Ayers
For the Education of Pious Indigent Young Men - David Vanderstel
Balzac - Stephen E Towne
How Cousin George Lost His Head, or Do these bloomers make my bottom look too big?-James Lingenfelter, Jr.
Cy's Thirty Three - William Wood
Legacy of Hoosier Aviation and Medical Science Visionaries-Stephen J Jay
Mens Sana in Corpore Sano in Latere et Caemento - William Selm
English as a Second Language - Raymond Gnat
Option B - John Cole Jr
"Do Unto Others..." - Stanley Huseland
An Unauthorized Junket to Dr. Will's House - Philip Coons
Willa Cather is one of Americas greatest late nineteenth and early twentieth centurys female novelists. Equipped with a brilliant
mind and a sharp quill, she became a well-known commentator on both the theater and contemporary culture.