Can a film transcend the novel it was based upon? During a (by no means definitive) discussion of most-loved and patently despised novel to film adaptations, the panel braves some harsh words, endures scathing criticism and experiences several...

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Complete with Sam’s movie trailer intro, the boys discuss Harper Lee’s newly published (7/14/15) novel Go Set a Watchman. Since the initial announcement of its imminent publication, this novel has been poised to become THE literary event...

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Bring on Kunderafest! Meditations on Milan Kundera’s newly published (6/23/15) novel The Festival of Insignificance find resonance among our hosting trio who promptly resort to discussing the Kundera canon. This episode serves as a good primer for anyone seeking...

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The fallacy of America’s legacy of literary censorship is dissected (sans anesthetic) with a celebration of novels like Ulysses by James Joyce & Lady Chatterly’s Lover by D. H. Lawrence. Allen Ginsberg’s poem “Howl” makes a cameo (kudos to...

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