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Club learns about 'Syncopation'

2:52 PM, Apr. 4, 2013
Elizabeth Caufield Felt and Joy Kirsch dressed for the occasion of a presentation on Caufield Felt's book 'Syncopation' at the Fortnightly Club.
Elizabeth Caufield Felt and Joy Kirsch dressed for the occasion of a presentation on Caufield Felt's book 'Syncopation' at the Fortnightly Club.
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On March 20, Joy Kirsch, a member of the Fortnightly Club, presented "Syncopation" by Elizabeth Caufield Felt at the home of Rose Jirous.

The book is a fictional memoir of the life of Adele Hugo, the youngest child and daughter of Victor Hugo.

Set in Paris in the 1850s, Kirsch and Caufield Felt set the tone of the meeting by ...

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