Sunday, March 27, 2011

Episode 4: The John with the Dragon Tattoo

John Lennon and Cynthia

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In this show we discuss the "F-Word".

That's right: FEMINISM.

Kim, Rose and Megs discuss what feminism means to us, what it may mean to others, and what it means for the books we read this week: John by Cynthia Lennon and The Girl with the Dragon Tattooby Stieg Larsson. We shake our heads at John Lennon's antics and gasp aloud at a revelation about Lisbeth Salander. We also announce which of the hosts is going to Africa!

 New feature: Literary trivia! Question: Agatha Christie wrote some books under a different name.  What is the name?  

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Upcoming books are Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins and A Shore Thing
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Music Credits: Alex East, Toto, John Lennon (dubstep remix), Paul Johnson

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1 comment:

  1. Agatha Christie also wrote romances under the name Mary Westmacott.

    I probably would choose a better pen name :)