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97. Romance in Marseille and postcolonial novels to expand your world

Today, Sara and Chelsey discuss Romance in Marseille by Claude McKay. We discuss the classic nature of this novel along with some of its modern elements, as well as our own personal impressions and individual reading experiences of the book.. This Harlem Renaissance novel touches on important themes that pushed the boundaries of its time:… Continue reading 97. Romance in Marseille and postcolonial novels to expand your world

96. Must-read books of the summer paired with beach-worthy backlist titles

It’s that time of year, readers! Pull out your favorite book tote and get thee to pre-ordering (or library requesting) because we’ve got an episode full of our most anticipated reads for summer 2022. Since we can’t help ourselves, we’ve paired each buzzy new title with a backlist pick. We’re also talking about summer reading… Continue reading 96. Must-read books of the summer paired with beach-worthy backlist titles

95. Love and Freindship by Jane Austen and adding pure FUN to your TBR list

Sara and Chelsey discuss Jane Austen’s silly, ridiculous, and absolutely delightful work of juvenilia: Love and Freindship. From fainting spells to the history of parody, this episode is full of nerdy information and fun Austen context. If you’re looking to lighten up your reading life with irreverent novels and humorous romance, these pairings are for… Continue reading 95. Love and Freindship by Jane Austen and adding pure FUN to your TBR list