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Julie Fromer

Program:Literature

Class(es):

  • Reading the Classics: Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte
  • Reading the Classics: The Shell Shaker - Leanne Howe
  • Reading the Classics: The Old Curiosity Shop - Charles Dickens
  • Reading the Classics: Hamlet - William Shakespeare | Fall 1 2022
  • Reading the Classics: The Age of Innocence - Edith Wharton | Fall 2 2022
  • Reading the Classics: The Night Watchman - Louise Erdrich | Fall 2 2022
  • Reading the Classics: Hamnet - Maggie O'Farrell | Fall 1 2022
  • Reading the Classics | April: Beloved - Toni Morrison | Spring 1 2022
  • Reading the Classics | March: Slaughterhouse Five - Kurt Vonnegut | Spring 1 2022
  • Reading the Classics | January: David Copperfield - Charles Dickens | Winter 2022
  • Reading the Classics | February: Demon Copperhead - Barbara Kingsolver
  • Reading the Classics | June: The Wings of the Dove | Spring 2 2023
  • Reading the Classics | May: Vanity Fair | Spring 2 2023
  • Reading the Classics: The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie - Muriel Spark | Summer 2023
  • Reading the Classics: The Magnificent Ambersons - Booth Tarkington | Summer 2023
  • Reading the Classics: Frankenstein, 1818 - Mary Shelley | Fall 1 2023
  • Reading the Classics: Mary and the Birth of Frankenstein: A Novel, 2023 - Anne Eekhout | Fall 2 2023
  • Reading the Classics: Romantic Poetry | Fall 1 2023
  • Reading the Classics: The Marriage Portrait, 2022 - Maggie O'Farrell | Fall 2 2023
  • Reading the Classics: A Little Princess (1905) - Frances Hodgson Burnett | Winter 2024
  • Reading the Classics: Heidi (1881) - Johanna Spyri | Winter 2024
  • Reading the Classics: Little House on the Prairie - Laura Ingalls Wilder (1935) | Spring 1 2024
  • Reading the Classics: Prairie Fires: The American Dreams of LIW (2017) - Caroline Fraser | Spring 1 2024
  • Reading the Classics: Orley Farm - Anthony Trollope | Spring 2 2024
  • Reading the Classics: Summer - Edith Wharton | Summer 2024
  • Reading the Classics: Tender is the Night - F. Scott Fitzgerald | Summer 2024
  • Reading the Classics: The Claverings - Anthony Trollope | Spring 2 2024
  • Julie Teaches: Reading the Classics

    Julie has a PhD in Nineteenth-Century British Literature from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (2002), and has published a scholarly book of literary criticism on images of tea-drinking in Victorian literature (A Necessary Luxury: Tea in Victorian England, 2008). She also has taught Romantic and Victorian Literature at Ithaca College, as well as classes on reading fiction, reading short stories, and academic college writing at Ithaca College, Corning Community College, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

    Currently at home raising her daughters, Julie has pursued her love of literature by channeling her passion for reading into a thorough perusal of the children’s bookshelves of the Southeast Steuben County library, and teaching reading to a new generation. She also enjoys knitting, gardening, and cooking with seasonal, local ingredients.

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