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In this recordimg, Nicolette and her mother, Bianca, debrief through the novel “To Kill A Mockingbird” and discuss the biggest takeways, themes, characters, and more.
In this interview, Haley Wint and Joonsoo Kim discuss charaters, plot, and meaning behind Agatha Christie’s novel, And Then There Were None, to reveal why it stands the test of time to this day.
High school student Elisabeth Bieber interviews a fellow parishioner and mentor on the spirituality and religious teachings of the Catholic Church in Silence by Shusaku Endo. Part 2 of my interview! Part 1 got cut short because of technical difficulties,...
Drury and Dugan discuss the challenges of finding one’s path in the world, blooming in the face of darkness, and influencial people and events. Also mentioning various books that have stuck with them and hopes for the future.
This is part two for the episode one of the Conor Dunne show. This came due to technical difficulties. Thank you for understanding. We hope you enjoy
An interview regarding the importance of various works of literary fiction on the life of a high school student.
In this recording, father and daughter discuss the themes and lessons found in the novel Atlas Shrugged.
In this recording, students Rachel D-B and Sara Villanueva discussed why to read and love historical fiction novels, the importance of perseverance, and remembering the stories of people whose stories often get forgotten.
In this recording, students Stephanie Dolehide and Ryan discuss their thoughts on Catcher in The Rye
In this recording, Jayne and Tonya talk about the authors purpose in writing a tragic book like this and why it was recommended to Jayne
Nasar Qureshi and Yaser Aslam discuss “The Kite Runner” and its takeaway messages, including specific discussions regarding symbols, events, characters, and central ideas of the story.
After being recommended the Poisonwood Bible, Ella Pope and Mrs. Saunders discuss the novel. Excuse the announcements at the end.
In this recording, Illinois student Anastasia Sakkos and boss Marija Buonavolanto discuss the book recommendation of “the Color Purple” as it relates to gender and racial roles.
Leia Pappas and her father, Evans Pappas, discuss the relationships and themes present in “The Shadow of the Wind” while also mentioning why Evans recommended the book to Leia initially.
In this recording, Nora Wood and her mom talk about the themes, characters, and final thoughts of To Kill a Mockingbird.
George and Daniel discuss the themes and motifs of 1984 and other ideas.
In this interview, student Kiernan Lynch asks her grandmother about new literary discoveries as she traveled the world and how books have shaped her perception of the world and herself.
In this interview, my brother Jonah and I discuss the novel 1984 by George Orwell. We talk about why he recommended this book to me as well as questions I had while reading the book.
Caroline Woodward and her dad John Woodward discuss why he reads, literary merit and what books have influenced him.
After reading “All the Light We Cannot See”, which my 8th grade English teacher recommended me, I discuss the book with her and what each of us got out of the book
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 interview, Leah Vaikutis interviews her aunt, Judy Sidrys, about “The Murder of Roger Ackroyd”. They debrief the characters, underlying themes, and connections to modern day society as they reminisce through this brilliant crime novel. The very interesting Hercule...
In this recording, sisters discuss the themes of Picoult’s novel, Small Great Things, and its relevance in contemporary society.
I interviewed Judy Zakieh, a 16 year old senior, about her reading habits, favorite books, and literary recommendations