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"Ithaca Reads The Trial" graphic by Carla DeMello, IRIS Design Team, Cornell University Library.

Introduction to Ithaca Reads The Trial

By popular request Tompkins County Public Library hosts the 3rd annual Community Reading. The library, working in cooperation with Cornell University's New Student Reading Project, brings Franz Kafka's The Trial to Ithaca and Tompkins County.

Copies of the Cornell edition of The Trial are now available in the library. Additional copies are being distributed to the community libraries in Danby, Caroline and Lansing, to the rural libraries in Trumansburg, Groton, Dryden and Newfield and can be borrowed through the Finger Lakes Library system.

The Trial by Franz Kafka
Cornell University Edition
Courtesy of Schocken Books.


Tompkins County Public Library also has sets of copies for reading groups, community centers and other organizations interested in joining this year’s Community Reading. For more information about these books please contact Sarah Glogowski at 272-4557 ext. 255 or sglogowski@tcpl.org.






Last Modified: August 16, 2004
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