Luke, Kiara & Victoria look at The Lady of Shalott, discussing the poem’s focus on medieval technique, and what the team got out of the text.
Author Luke Streher
Luke & Kiara discuss A Study in Scarlet, exploring the character of Sherlock Holmes, its influence up to today, and the story’s treatment of the LDS church.
Luke & Victoria explore Macbeth, discussing free will and predestination, the consequences of sin in the order of nature, and true masculinity & femininity.
In this episode, Luke, Kiara & Victoria discuss George Bernard Shaw and the controversial ending to his play Pygmalion.
Luke and Victoria look at Ovid’s fables of Echo & Narcissus, discussing the mytho-historical format and C.S. Lewis’ theory that the fables are satirical.
The team reflect on From Union Square to Rome, discussing the simplicity of Dorothy Day’s conversion and her love for the working poor.
Luke, Kiara and Victoria explore Brave New World to discuss the removal of humanity in pursuit of a misguided perfection, and more…
The team discuss Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, how it relates to contemporary society and identity, and an instance of a bad Victorian pun.