Juiced up recast of Episode 4 with some extra material. Oscar Wilde and The Picture of Dorian Grey are the case.

Puliter Prize winning American poet Edna St. Vincent Millay is this case today.

This week's case is about Irish poet William Butler Yeats and his works.

This isn't a full re-cast of Episode 3, this is mostly new material of me explaining why, OH WHY, I don't like Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.

Let's get weird this week as we talk H.G. Wells' classic The Island of Dr. Moreau.

Recast of Episode 2 where I made a case for Gustave Flaubert's classics work Madame Bovary.

Joseph Conrad's work Heart of Darkness is the case this week, but I somehow added more love for T.S. Eliot and Hunter S. Thompson.

I'm going back and redoing some of my earlier episodes, improving and adding a bit. Today's is Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451!

I read the wrong translation! Oh well, we're still going to talk about the woman who wrote this work, The Tale of Genji, and about the time in Japanese history that it represents. Good trivia here!

In honor of Black History Month, I talk about Frederick Douglass and, like, a fraction of his accomplishments. He was incredible.

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