We read the conclusion to Rudyard Kipling’s The Man Who Would Be King. India wasn’t big enough for our adventurous loafers. But will Afghanistan be big enough? Nation building in Afghanistan in Kipling’s short story from the waning days of Empire. Credits: Produced by: Tim Flanagan and Pat Howe< < Edited by: Pat more »
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We read part one of The Man Who Would Be King by Rudyard Kipling, complete and unabridged. Two loafers head out for a remote corner of Afghanistan, intent on claiming a crown. Like an old-time radio drama with the music and foley, but none of the breathless corniness, see. Credits: Produced by: Tim Flanagan more »
An audio rendition of A Modest Proposal is available below. A conversation, including a summary and discussion of themes and meaning, is available below. When reading the text below, click highlighted phrases for notes on meaning and context. Episode 33a: A Modest Proposal Episode 33b: Notes on A Modest Proposal Click the highlighted more »