organizations: Hinsdale Central High School
Hinsdale Central high school student Louise and her father Joseph discuss one of the most prominent mystery novels of all time, and why mystery is an important genre.
In this recording, Rebekah Lampman and Peyton Lienhart discuss “Madame Bovary” by Gustave Flaubert, and it’s impact on us as readers.
In this interview, Camille and Lisa Lubic discuss the pivotal parts and messages of Pride and Prejudice. Pivotal discussion at moment 10.
Natalie and Jean Bourand discuss Atlas Shrugged, the value of reading, and how culture has an impact on our reading choices.
I asked my dad, an immigrant to the US from Canada, how literature has effected his life, specifically between fiction and nonfiction
My mom and I discussed her childhood growing up in a small town in Nebraska and the importance reading, especially nonfiction, had on shaping her outlook on the world.
Shea and Jim discuss Jim's life and how books have impacted him. They talk about how he has changed to incorporate more books into his life, and how he impacts others around him by reading and recommending books to others...
In this recording, high school students Sara Villanueva and Rachel D-B discuss how reading impacts life and views of the world, where is the best place to read, and what the most memorable phrase Sara has read is.
Sol Barrios discusses various books with her mother, Zully Delfiacco, and questions their impact on her mother's life. Zully also recommends books and explains her reasoning behind why she chose to recommend them.
In this recording, student Sydney Albert and her father talk about the most important fiction novels and why they would recommend them.