Friends and Friendships

Part of: SAGE Study Groups

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Friendships can be an important source of inspiration and support. Each participant will identify some notable friends, investigate their relationship and share with the group what they find. Who were these people as individuals? How did the friendship develop? How was it expressed? What sustained it and for how long? Some examples to stimulate thought might include C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien, Groucho Marx and T. S. Eliot or Marilyn Monroe and Ella Fitzgerald. Be ready for questions and discussion in a respectful, encouraging and friendly atmosphere.

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