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Seniors Also Part of 'Book Generation'

October 09, 1990

In relation to your article on "The Book Generation" by Dennis McLellan (View, Sept. 13), perhaps you would be interested in some readers at the other end of the age spectrum.

A group of seniors meets on Fridays at 10 a.m. at the Golden Timers, 114 E. 19th St. in Costa Mesa, and new members are welcomed. (Phone: (714) 642-2275.)

We read plays: classical or modern, serious or comic. The ability to act is not at all essential, but if you're a seventy-something woman, you may read the part of a 12-year-old boy with elan and understanding; and a sixty-something man may read that of a faithless young wife in a very nice baritone for a few pages.

The vintage of this group seems a good one. Our long life experience has enriched our comprehension of some of its mysteries and humor--if we do say so ourselves. And we're still discovering wonders.

ESTHER B. SION

Costa Mesa

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