Episode 100: The Dickens Episode
It’s finally here! The Dickens Episode! It’s okay to have complicated feelings about the man, but we have to admit that his works are important to our society and culture. Some of them, at least.
Episode 99: Oh, Alabama
Winner of the 1961 Pulitzer Prize, To Kill a Mockingbird is still an important piece of American literature, we just need to adjust some things.
Episode 98: The Old Man Needed The Boy
Talking about the 1953 Pulitzer Prize winner, The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway. Not gonna lie, Hemingway is most of the focus…but he should be.
Episode 97: The American Prize
This is a quick one, just some tidbits about the Pulitzer Prize before we begin our series on works that won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.
Episode 96: Beowulf Told Me He’s the Best II
Recast of original Episode 5, I get to talk about on of my favorite works ever, classic or not, Beowulf!
Episode 95: Manuscripts Do Burn, But It’s Not Permanent
The Master and Margarita is one of the few books I’ll cover on this podcast that actually has a rabid fanbase. So my job is easy, right?
Episode 94: The Wilde Recast!
Juiced up recast of Episode 4 with some extra material. Oscar Wilde and The Picture of Dorian Grey are the case.
Episode 93: Burning the Candle at Both Ends
Pulitzer Prize winning American poet Edna St. Vincent Millay is this case today.