Welcome to the Re-readables! In this show, we'll take you back and re-read through books you probably had to read in high school or college, hopefully having more fun than you ever did in those classes. We'll go into plenty of categories including Best Scene, Best Lines, What Aged the Best and Worst, One-star Amazon Reviews and more.

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Welcome to the Re-readables! In this show, we'll take you back and re-read through books you probably had to read in high school or college, hopefully having more fun than you ever did in those classes. We'll go into plenty of categories including Best Scene, Best Lines, What Aged the Best and Worst, One-star Amazon Reviews and more.

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This week Conner talks again with Alpharetta-Roswell reporter and Myth Roast host Julia Grochowski about The Tempest by William Shakespeare. They grapple with the inadequacies of high school teachings of Shakespeare, what makes a utopia, and the anti-colonial reading of the play. 

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On this week's very loose episode of the Re-readables, Conner has on Ashwin Rathie and returner Andrew Holland to discuss George Orwell's Animal Farm. They dive into how to read the novel apart from its overt Russian Revolution allegory, the animal intelligence hierarchy and whether or not S…

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Roswell and Alpharetta reporter Julia Grochowski joins Conner this week to talk about Marry Shelley's Frankenstein. On this episode they dive into what makes Frankenstein distinct in the horror genre, favorite moments in the book and a deep dive into the creation's final words. 

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This week we go to the fringes of classic literature with Ender's Game. Conner is joined by Thomas from California and Andrew from France in this international episode of the Re-readables. The gang dives into how to read Ender's Game in context of Orson Scott Card's loud homophobic beliefs, …

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This week Conner takes a break from classic Literature, to talk about something important to his and many others' childhood: The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan. Conner has on his high school lacrosse teammate Austin and his sister Colleen on to dive deep into the novel, briefly touch on why…

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This week Conner brings back Gabby and their English professor from University of Richmond, Dr. Thomas Manganaro to talk about Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert. They get into the strangeness of the 19th century novel, Emma Bovary's character arch, the best characters in the town of Yonville…

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On this week's episode, Gabby, Andrew and me discuss The Catcher in the Rye! We dive into all the best role characters, both those seen and those Holden just tells stories about. We discuss the best Holden rants, Holden's essay on the Egyptians and whether or not he's a good liar. We also ge…

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This week, Conner Evans talks about "Never Let Me Go" by Kazuo Ishiguro with his good friend and fellow University of Richmond English major, Cole Richard. They get into all the ways the novel subverts typical sci-fi tropes, all the saddest moments and a larger conversation about genre expec…

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This week Conner Evans talks about "The Great Gatsby" with his good friend and fellow University of Richmond English major, Gabby Kiser . They get into all the best moments for each character, how people read Gatsby incorrectly, and what makes Gatsby great (or even if he is at all). 

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Welcome to the Re-readables! In this show, we'll take you back and re-read through books you probably had to read in high school or college, hopefully having more fun than you ever did in those classes. We'll go into plenty of categories including Best Scene, Best Lines, What Aged the Best a…