In celebration of Indiana’s Bicentennial, Infinite Gestation discusses The Magnificent Ambersons, the Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Booth Tarkington. Georgie Minafer (third generation Amberson), with his desire to become a yachtsman,  personifies the height of smug aristocracy...

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Making no apologies for worshipping at the “Altar of Kubrick”, Infinite Gestation compares Arthur C. Clarke’s novel to the 1968 film. While Kubrick’s masterpiece to this day remains the benchmark for the realistic portrayal of...

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Our Man in Havana may have been compromised during the making of this episode. Partially inspired by his time in MI6 and set in late 1950’s (pre-revolution) Cuba, Graham Greene’s classic novel follows the daily maneuverings of...

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Infinite Gestation breaks form to discuss Jack Kerouac’s On the Road alongside Che Guevara’s Motorcycle Diaries in a single episode. Motorcycle Diaries serves more as a memoir than a serious attempt at fiction, yet shares many notable commonalities with...

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By listener request, Infinite Gestation covers Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse. More of a parable on spirituality than an actual novel, the book concerns a philosophical quest toward enlightenment, rendered in simple, straight-forward prose that may...

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Complete with its very own public service announcement, Infinite Gestation dedicates an episode to The Man in the High Castle, covering the 1962 novel by Philip K. Dick, in addition to the series currently streaming on...

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Based on Patrick’s recommendation, Infinite Gestation covers Group Portrait with Lady by Heinrich Böll, with a (mostly) civil discussion. The work showcases Böll at the height of his craft (the novel was cited when he...

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The Handmaid’s Tale is some serious business. Margret Atwood’s classic dystopian novel remains notably fresh and relevant since its publication in 1985, and has become essential to the genre, among the company of George Orwell’s 1984 and...

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Based on Sam’s recommendation, Infinite Gestation takes on The Tin Drum by the late and great Günter Grass. This first book of what later became known as “The Danzig Trilogy” is unquestionably a masterpiece, with...

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Now is the perfect time to start reading Murakami (if you haven’t already). August 4th, 2015 marks the first US release of Murakami’s first two works, Hear the Wind Sing and Pinball 1973. Join us for...

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