Book club discussion questions for the bridal chair
The Bridal ChairBy Gloria GoldreichOur book club met this month for our tenth anniversary celebration. We decided on The Bridal Chair. Some of us were reluctant to read because we all thought it was romance. W were wrong.Elaine Karpel, a snowbird from upstate New York. Arranged for the author, Gloria Goldreich to speak to us through speaker phone. The Bridal Chair, is not about Marc Chagall instead it is centered on his daughter, Ida. Marc and Bella are in France raising their daughter.
Ida has gotten pregnant. Instead of Ida wanting to marry her lover, she is forced into the marriage. I am surprised I still remember some of it. Some of it is somewhere in my memory. The right questions can keep your book club lively and engaged (and avoid any awkward silences). And since no one wants to sit through a book club discussion that is halting and uninspiring, we have discussion questions available for all of the titles below, plus some general questions that you can use to start a conversation on any book.
Scroll down for the complete selection of discussion questions. The below kits include discussion questions, recipes, historical information, recommended reads beyond the book, and more. Click on a kit to download it for free. Click on any title below to find dLead your book club discussions with ease. These pages include questions on the most popular book club picks. They are ready to print and designed to spark lively conversations. The books are listed alphabetically by title.