In this week’s episode, hosts Tori and Amanda discuss Dante’s very famous Inferno and day-drink chianti on a not so joyful trip down to the city of Dis to visit their favorite fallen angel.
In which hosts, Tori and Amanda, go over John Milton’s epic poem Paradise Lost and Amanda complains about an overly smoked cheese.
Join hosts Tori and Amanda in a little jaunt to horror town as we cover Edgar Allan Poe’s The Tell-Tale Heart.
Tori and Amanda settle down to solve the puzzle that is The Picture of Dorian Gray written by Oscar Wilde and enjoy some very delicious cheese in the process.
In which Tori and Amanda read Sula by Toni Morrison and Amanda complains about Blackberry “flavored” water.
In which hosts Amanda and Tori read Toni Morrison’s Beloved and spend a lot of the podcast upset over how terrible slavery was.
In which hosts Tori and Amanda talk about dual-consciousness, the misery of having to slay a rabid lover and Zora Neale Hurston’s fantastic book: Their Eyes Were Watching God.
In which Tori and Amanda try and wrap their minds around existential dread, misery, a furry angst ball in the woods and stomach down spicy mead.
In which we discuss Beowulf and enjoy mead a little too much.