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Tipsy Tolstoy: Russian Literature for the Inebriated is a podcast for lovers of Russian literature, those who have heard of Russia and/or literature, and those wondering, “is War and Peace really that good?” Every other Friday, our hosts Matt and Cameron take a deep dive into a different piece of Russian literature, discussing the major themes and relevant cultural features to help you get the most out of each work.
 
•FBOL is now on Patreon! Subscribe: http://www.patreon.com/fuckboisoflit• The podcast about the most groan-worthy, enraging, and sh*t characters in lit. Join host Emily Edwards and a guest for a weekly "book club" discussion on every book you wanted to destroy in English class, but couldn't. Classic literature of Europe and the Americas– everything from mythology to Victorian epics to the modernists– is hard to get through, and each week, we take on a frequently assigned book to talk about a ...
 
World Of Literature is a podcast that takes its listeners to the world of written and explores the ideas that the greatest writers to touch the earth has provided us. World of literature is dedicated to keep the wisdoms, meanings, truths, symbolisms alive that have been given to us in the form of written and thus explores literature in the form of fantasy, ancient greeks philosophy, modern philosophy, classic economics, psychology, classic novels and why not even fairytales. We take a dive i ...
 
CraftLit is—>Annotated Audiobooks for Busy People Love the classics (or wish you did) *** No time to pick up a book? Not any more! *** This weekly annotated audiobook podcast presents curated classic literature in a serialized format. The host—Heather Ordover—"teaches to the joke" by filling in any relevant tidbits before listening to the next chapter of the book. *** Callers regularly send in voicemail comments for play on the air to keep the "book club" vibe going. *** The podcast has been ...
 
Teaching literature in high school is about connecting the past, the present, and the future with the imagination. The study of literature can be fun, relevant, and meaningful for all students if we focus on inspiring creative and curious thinkers and writers. This podcast will deal with new technologies, consciousness, identity, love, classroom culture, omniscient narration, rhythm, and all the other topics related to teaching English. Visit www.theteachersworkshop.com to find more resource ...
 
Welcome to your new favourite book club. If you enjoy deep dives into the greatest books ever written, you will love Hardcore Literature. Provocative poems, evocative epics, and life-changing literary analyses. We don’t just read the great books - we live them. Together we’ll suck the marrow out of Shakespeare, Homer, and Tolstoy. We’ll relish the most moving art ever committed to the page and stage from every age. Join us on the reading adventure of a lifetime.
 
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Sex. Love. Literature.

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Sex. Love. Literature.

Ayanni Cooper and Corinne Matthews

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A podcast relishing the romantic, the sexy, and the scandalous in pop-culture. English PhD candidates by day and podcasters by night, hosts Ayanni and Corinne take a semi-scholarly look at why the “sex-stuff” in media matters in the bedroom—and beyond. Don't forget to subscribe to Sex. Love. Literature. on your favorite podcast platforms! You can find us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @SexLoveLit.
 
Professor Jeanne Petrolle discusses literature that uses Bible references to explore ideas that matter to twenty-first century readers.The Bible and Modern Literature podcast focuses on nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first century writers like Charlotte Bronte, Harriet Jacobs, Mary Shelley, James Baldwin, Zora Neale Hurston, William Faulkner, Flannery O’Connor, Sherman Alexie, Avraham Yehoshua, and others. By visiting Genesis, Exodus, the Book of Joshua, the Book of Isaiah, the Gospels, A ...
 
This podcast is an introduction to Anglophone literature, from ancient times to the present, done by a Ph.D. with lots of books and musical instruments. A typical episode offers a summary of a work, or part of a work of literature, followed by some historical analysis. The episodes include original music, some comedy songs, and goofy jokes. You can listen to the shows in any order, although from time to time, episodes will make brief mention of previous or upcoming ones.
 
Words and Nerds Podcast is an entertaining and conversational podcast that aims to get inside a writer's mind. We discuss books, the social and political influences of a writer's work and how literature has the power to change the world. The podcast digs deep to bring you an in depth and sometimes humorous analysis of the author's book and its influences. Join us for a new way of looking at literature. Dani Vee your host, English teacher, podcaster, reader, book enthusiast and over-thinker. ...
 
This podcast follows the required reading list from the AP Spanish Literature course of the College Board. It's recorded in Spanish and the goal is to help students and teachers analyze these complex texts. For any questions, comments, suggestions, or requests, please email me at carinaspanish@gmail.com. Thanks and happy listening!
 
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Professing Literature

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Professing Literature

David Anderson and Eric Williams

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Why do great novels, poems and plays move us and excite us? How can they change the way we look at ourselves and the world? What do these authors have to teach us? Why do they matter? There are no better answers to these questions than those provided by the authors themselves. We want to let them speak. Professing Literature is not a broad summary of major works. Instead, it will zero in on one or two key passages, looking at them closely in order to figure out what is at stake. The goal wil ...
 
Join voice actor Nikolle Doolin, as she brings the pages of classic literature to life in this engaging literary podcast. Enjoy a myriad of great authors such as: Jane Austen, Edith Wharton, Henry James, Emily Dickinson, Edgar Allan Poe, Shakespeare, and many more. For more stories and information, visit: http://nikolledoolin.com/alo.
 
Originally an article in the US Edition of the London Quarterly Review, George Borrow offers a sweeping history of Welsh literature, beginning with the legendary origin of the Welsh people, then their major bards and poets, and then their works of prose. Many examples are offered. - Summary by Eric W. Metzler
 
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In Episode 3 in our Lu Xun Series, we interview one of the experts in the field of Lu Xun studies (and advisor to both Rob and Lee) about the Preface to Lu Xun's most important collection of short stories War Cry (Nahan). This preface has been the subject of numerous debates in China and in literary circles outside of China. We tried to break down …
 
Shownotes: This week, Matt and Cameron are joined by Dr. Ian Garner to cover “The Polykhaevs” by Pavel Nilin, a work that Dr. Garner had originally translated for his upcoming book, Stalingrad Lives. The Polykhaevs follows the story of an elderly couple who are seeing their grandson for the first time in the better part of a decade after he was eva…
 
First place winner of the 2021 Elgin Award, The Sign of the Dragon by Mary Soon Lee (Jaberwocky, 2020) is an epic fantasy about a young king who must defend his kingdom against a number of outside forces, both human and terrifyingly otherworldly. Lee draws from Chinese culture to create a legendary figure in King Xau, one of honor, nobility, and su…
 
Jacke had big plans to make this episode all about the poetry of William Butler Yeats...and then listener feedback to the last episode overtook him. So instead of lazing about on the Lake Isle of Innisfree, he returns to the subject of Sophocles and the power of literature, as introduced in the conversation with Bryan Doerries, the Artistic Directo…
 
In this episode I’m talking to Alice Gibbons. Alice is the IBDP Coordinator for English at West Island School Hong Kong and also one of 3 contributors to a 2019 textbook for the IBDP Language and Literature course. We discuss: - The best book she’s ever read, taught or been taught - Alice’s experience as a teacher at home in the UK and abroad - How…
 
In this episode, we will rehistoricize the evolution of the Graphic Novel. The major differences in defining a comics from a graphic novel truly go beyond the backdrops of its academic contentions, commercial behaviors, its self-consciousness of possessing a unique aestheticism, as well as the self-awareness of its own geopolitical position to the …
 
I congratulate the organizer for organizing such a knowledgeable event. I believe in the philosophy that Knowledge and wealth are interdependent and nothing is wasted if you used it properly. Materialist development is ok but the importance of History, culture, and heritage is more important. Indonesia, Cambodia is still nurturing their heritage be…
 
Fellini called his film “La Strada” a dangerous representation of his identity, and had a nervous breakdown just before completing its shooting. Perhaps this identity, and its vulnerability, have something to do with the film’s representation of a disappointed hope that love might vanquish pride, if properly assisted by the forces of playfulness an…
 
Modernist grouch, Bloomsbury group member, Freud-to-tea-haver, and Great Novelist Virginia Woolf takes center stage in our discussion of Mrs. Dalloway (1925). We recommend this book if you like books or good writing, and we discuss interwar anxiety, shell shock, gender trouble, and class. This episode also features some discussion of real nerd shit…
 
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There is no such thing as an oral tradition. By its very definition, “the rule” of the Gospel is written down. It’s called a rule because God issued and inscribed a ruling, shared publicly as an objective reference and standard for all to follow. The Gospel of Matthew itself demonstrates the importance of this mechanism by showing us what happens w…
 
In the first SLL episode of 2022, we get into why we love (and love to hate) love triangles. We talk what makes a love triangle truly top-tier, second male lead syndrome, and–let’s be honest–a lot of Kdramas. But don’t worry, we talk about other stuff too! As an extra special treat, we’re joined by the wonderful Lia Riley, romance author and co-hos…
 
We should reflect on what works best in our classrooms more than once a year. This week, I'll talk about how both students and teachers should reflect on how to grow and change habits on a regular basis. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scott-cameron6/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scott-cameron6/support…
 
George Herbert Mead was a social psychologists, who's seen as one of the founders of an approach called symbolic interactionism. Mead didn't (unfortunately) publish any books during he's own lifetime. However, he's ideas are represented in Mind, Self & Society, which is constructed through various sources, such as notes taken by his students attend…
 
This episode explores a central Bible motif and scene type that recurs throughout both testaments--the meeting at the well. After examining some scenes from the Bible that take place near wells, the conversation turns to Emily Dickinson’s poem “I Know Where Wells Grow.”Kirjoittanut Jeanne Petrolle
 
T. S. Eliot, “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” (Part One). This is the first of two episodes devoted to one of the most famous poems of the twentieth century, wherein Eliot’s enigmatic speaker invites us on an evening stroll through his memories, his fears and his inhibitions. We'd love to hear what you think about this episode or any of the ot…
 
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