Booktopia On... So You Think You Don't Like Literature?
So you think you don’t like literature? It’s not all Jane Austen and Charles Dickens (which are amazing, in our opinion!), there is so much more behind the word ‘literature’ - maybe it’s not what you think. Let Bron, John and Sarah tell you why there is something for everyone, why literature is life. Some books mentioned in this podcast: Strangers on a Train by Patricia Highsmith —> https://bit.ly/2KQDFQX To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee —> https://bit.ly/2Mqb9uj In Cold Blood by Truman Capote —> https://bit.ly/2nC7nA7 The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. Le Guin —> https://bit.ly/2MdPnKN Station Eleven by Emily St John Mandel —> https://bit.ly/2Mni8nU The Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Orczy —> https://bit.ly/2nDjOLG The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandra Dumas —> https://bit.ly/2MeZXBp White Fang by Jack London —> https://bit.ly/2KNfnqR Animal Farm by George Orwell —> https://bit.ly/2KRn5Ag The Way of All Flesh by Samuel Butler —> https://bit.ly/2vJt2uu The Return of the Native by Thomas Hardy —> https://bit.ly/2w7DRpG Tess of the D’Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy —> https://bit.ly/2w6uVkg Death of a Hero by Richard Adlington —> https://bit.ly/2MJfVjl Normal People by Sally Rooney —> https://bit.ly/2P6LUfb Withering Heights by Emily Bronte —> https://bit.ly/2OFmHYf Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K Jerome —> https://bit.ly/2MLkMAK Host: Bronwyn Eley Guests: Sarah McDuling and John Purcell