Literature Outtakes, Year Three

one hi I’m John Green this is crash course literature that hurt a lot I should come in from this side maybe nope you know what I’m just going to start here. and the other half in key west which really isn’t America so much as it’s like a little tiny turd that fell off […]

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Free Will, Witches, Murder, and Macbeth, Part 1: Crash Course Literature 409

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course Literature and today we’ll be discussing Macbeth. Some people… …call it the Scottish play or the Bard’s play because allegedly, back in the 17th century a coven of witches cursed the play to punish Shakespeare for including their spells. But that’s just not credible. So I’m going […]

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Crash Course Literature 3 Preview

Crash Course Literature 3 Preview

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course Literature, and I’m back! Over the next ten weeks we’re going to read a bunch of books together. I got some of them right here. We’re going to read Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston, Lord of the Flies by William Golding (my least […]

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How to Read Literature Like a Professor

A literary text is like an iceberg. The tip of which is perceptible in terms of the story of grasp and the language you understand. Yet what is lying underneath is richer still and far more tremendous than meets the eye. For many readers, it’s torment they feel when they are unable to see the […]

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Crash Course Literature Season Four Preview!

Crash Course Literature Season Four Preview!

Hello and welcome to season four of Crash Course Literature! That’s right, we’re back to talk about books. So this season, for no particular reason, we’re gonna be talking about a lot of dystopias – You know, future worlds where things have gone terribly wrong – as opposed to the present when everything is going […]

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Othello Retold | Othello – The Moor of Venice by Williams Shakespeare | Literature explained

Othello  Retold  | Othello – The Moor of Venice by Williams Shakespeare | Literature explained

The Shakespearean story – Othello, began in the bright city of Venice. Othello, the moor of Venice and Commander of the Venetian army, had just won the hand of Desdemona, a lovely Venetian noblewoman, in marriage. The fair Desdemona had been the desire of many Venetian men, including a man named Roderigo. Roderigo had been […]

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Let’s Discuss: [ Scared Of Reading Classic Literature? ] | #klassikerwoche

Let’s Discuss: [ Scared Of Reading Classic Literature? ] | #klassikerwoche

Hello guys, Today we’re going to talk about Classic literature, more specifically why we should read and review Classic literature; and what is so special about BookTube as a platform when it comes to talking about Classic Lit. In order to do that sufficiently, I will talk about three essential questions: Firstly: What is Classic […]

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Let’s Talk About High Fidelity the TV Show

Let’s Talk About High Fidelity the TV Show

Hi everyone. I’m rincey and i am one of the contributing editors over at book riot. I thought this week i would talk about high fidelity, the new TV show adaptation on hulu, which I — spoiler alert — really loved. So if you aren’t aware, high fidelity was originally a book written by Nick […]

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