Lit Life: Mitchell Anderson and James Anderson discuss the relevance and significance of two novels.

In this recording, son and father discuss the life lessons and takeaways from the two books “The Picture of Dorian Gray” written by Oscar Wilde and “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest” by Ken Kesey, and also how much of...

Lit Life: Nathan and Mary Kim talk about The Great Gatsby

In this recording, brother and sister discuss about F. Scott Fitzgerald’s book and some of the lessons or messages he is trying to convey through this novel.

Lit Life: Jacob Brown and Stephanie Yuskis discuss The Color Purple and how its themes relate to today’s world.

In this recording, a mother and son discuss how Alice Walker’s novel provides unique and interesting perspectives on this issues of rape, abusive relationships, and sexuality.

Lit Life: Mia and James Gaddis connect themes from Crime and Punishment to modern society

Twins talk about Dostoyevsky’s purposeful commentary on social issues through his novel and the modern implications of those themes.

Lit Life: Jackson Hughes and Michelle Soudier discussing “The Kite Runner” by Khalid Hosseini

This recording features Jackson, student, and his mom, Michelle Soudier, discussing “The Kite Runner” and how the book’s messages transcend the plot.

Lit life: Jana Zogbi and Liana Zogbi talk about how redemption is discussed in literature

In this recording, two sisters discuss the character development and relationships of the characters in the book The Kite Runner

Ethan Harrast

In this recording, high schooler Ethan Harrast interviews his college student sister to clear up some questions about the plot of Handmaid’s Tale and how the dystopian novel relates to today and tomorrow’s world.

Novel Wisdom: Juliana Gutierrez and Jordan Smits talk about book Pride and Prejudice and their favorite momements.

In this recording Juliana Gutierrez and her cousin, Jordan Smits talk about the book Pride and Prejudice that Jordan reccomended to her, and their favorite characters, moments, and what they took away from the book.