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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 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, my friend Betsy and I discuss literature, including genre preferences, reading styles, and books she believes are essential to a high school education.
Maia and David discuss the novel The Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens and its themes
Riya and Reeya discuss the novel The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood and the relevance of it in today’s society.
the themes and moral of the scarlet letter discussed between generations
After being recommended the Poisonwood Bible, Ella Pope and Mrs. Saunders discuss the novel. Excuse the announcements at the end.
In this interview, Hinsdale Central student Juliana Gutierrez talks to her mother, Carol Gutierrez, about her reading experiences in the past, her favorite books she has read, and book reccomendations.
In this recording, Jennifer Stavreva, a student, and Whitney Wilda an Illinois history teacher discuss the books that need to be read before a student graduates high school.
In this interview we discuss our takeaways of the book and analyze authors messages.
In this recording, Alexis Hamdan discussed the book The Secret Life of Bees with her grandma, Rita Lacher.
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.
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.
In this recording, my Nonna Gloria Pisani and Bella Pisani discuss the novel Pride and Prejudice.
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.
In this recording, a granddaughter and grandmother discuss the character’s motivations for their actions in Pride and Prejudice.
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.
In this recording, father and daughter discuss the themes and lessons found in the novel Atlas Shrugged.
In this interview, I discuss reading with my grandmother and how it has affected her. In addition, we will discuss book recommendations and such.
Louise and Michelle discuss the themes of family, coming of age, and forgiveness in Little Women by Louisa May Alcott.
In this recording, mother and daughter Camey and Mary Anne Calzolano, discuss the book written by Chaim Potok, “My Name is Asher Lev.”
In this recording, Evan and his mother Kim discuss The Sympathizer and some follow up questions regarding major themes the novel offers.
We briefly discussed the valuable lessons present in the story as well as the important characters.
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.