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In this interview two brothers discuss the effects of war on people and Slaughterhouse Five’s Important message.
Caroline Woodward and her dad John Woodward discuss why he reads, literary merit and what books have influenced him.
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.
Mrs. Williams and I talked about her history with reading and what kinds of books she likes and dislikes. She recommended 2-3 books for me to read.
In this recording, Hinsdale Central students Kiernan Lynch and Rachel Fuechtman discuss their thoughts on “A Tale of Two Cities” and how they interpreted the characters and themes.
A student and her former history teacher discuss the argument Life of Pi presents on religion and the power of the human spirit.
In this discussion, we talked about the Great Gatsby’s major themes and purpose. The discussion was recorded for HCHS Lit Life.
Father and Daughter duo talk about his favorite fiction works, the effect they have had, and the joy of reading a physical book.
In this interview Natalie and Robert Holt discuss the importance of the lessons learned in Atlas Shrugged and how they are applicable today.
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 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.
My dad and I talk about a book
In this interview, high school senior, Allegra Dugan, talks to her older sister, Micaela Dugan, about finding a love for reading and how Micaela's attitude toward classic literature has grown. They discuss life lessons learned from novels and teachers and...
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.
In this recording, father and daughter, Ella and Joe Pope, talk about their reading lives, the books that have influenced them the most, and what books should be read before the end of high school.
In this interview, high school student Alec Hill and history teacher Mrs. Patel examine The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri. This book was recommended to Hill by Mrs. Patel for his senior year reading list. Topics of discussion include immigration, family...
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, mother and daughter discuss the themes and deep ideas that Walker brings about in The Color Purple, especially how times have changed regarding how we view society.
In this recording, my brother and I discuss The Great Gatsby‘s important symbols and themes.
We speak about themes and America in the 20’s.
We talked about the structure of the story, the levels of the story, and the nature of the relationship between the narrator and her husband.
In this recording mother and daughter discuss the main issues of little women, and how our generation understands those lessons differently.
In this recording, my Nonna Gloria Pisani and Bella Pisani discuss the novel Pride and Prejudice.
In this recording Annie Huetteman interviews her father, Mark Huetteman, about how literature has played a role in his life. He recommends to her a literary merit to complete her high school education.
In this recording, my father Dean Pisani and I discuss the most pivotal novels that have influenced him and which novels he would recommend to me.