Fate, Family, and Oedipus Rex: Crash Course Literature 202

Fate, Family, and Oedipus Rex: Crash Course Literature 202

You can directly support Crash Course at https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Subscribe for as little as $0 to keep up with everything we're doing. Free is nice, but if you can afford to pay a little every month, it really helps us to continue producing this content. In which John Green teaches you about one of the least family-friendly family dramas in the history of family dramas, Oedipus Rex. Sophocles' most famous play sees it's main character, who seems like he's got it all together, find out that he's killed his father, married his mother, had a bunch of incest children, and brought a plague down on his adopted hometown. He doesn't take this news well. John touches on all the classic Oedipus themes, including hamartia, fate, and the wrath of the gods, and even gets into some Freud, although Oedipus was notably not a sufferer of an Oedipus complex. In any case get ready for mystery, incest, bird entrails, and self-inflicted blindness. Very dramatic.

By The Sea Emily Dickinson Audiobook

By The Sea Emily Dickinson Audiobook

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Meena Kandasamy reads "Miss Militanz"

Meena Kandasamy reads "Miss Militanz"

Die indische Schriftstellerin Meena Kandasamy (Chennai) las auf den 21. Heidelberger Literaturtagen am 27. Juni 2015 im Spiegelzelt auf dem Universitätsplatz aus ihrem Gedichtband "Fräulein Militanz". Die Literaturkritikerin Dr. Claudia Kramatschek (Berlin) las die deutsche Übersetzung und führte das anschließende Gespräch mit der Autorin. Meena Kandasamy, Fräulein Militanz, Gedichte. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt von Raphael Urweider. Verlag das Wunderhorn, Heidelberg, 2014. ISBN 978-3-88423-479-2 www.wunderhorn.de

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