In this episode, we get excited about two books: My Father’s House by Joseph O’Connor and A Mystery of Mysteries: The Death and Life of Edgar Allan Poe by Mark Dawiziak. Then Mel talks about the fantastic Virginia Woolf exhibit at the New York Public Library. [transcript]
Author Joseph O’Connor reading from My Father’s House.
An excerpt from A Mystery of Mysteries.
Virginia Woolf: A Modern Mind at the NYPL.
Audioguide and images from Virginia Woolf: A Modern Mind.
Virginia Woolf’s essay about visiting the Brontë Parsonage in Haworth, England.
You can buy journals based on Virginia Woolf’s handmade diaries.
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