Sula: Crash Course Literature #309

Sula: Crash Course Literature #309

Hi. I’m John Green, this is Crash Course Literature, and today, we’re talking about Toni Morrison’s novel Sula. Sula is a story about the power and peril of friendship in adolescence, but it’s also a fascinating study of how places and families make us up. Morrison’s slim novel explores many of our biggest questions: Are […]

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Why the Internet Is the Greatest Achievement of Any Civilization, Ever | Virginia Heffernan

Why the Internet Is the Greatest Achievement of Any Civilization, Ever | Virginia Heffernan

I see the Internet as the great masterpiece of human civilization, to which we’re all contributing all the time the nearly four billion of us with wireless access across the globe. And the reason I call it art is that the building blocks of this enterprise, the Internet, seem obscure, it seems like this must […]

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TedxVorobyovy-Gory – Dmitry Glukhovsky – Literature 2.0

Good evening, dear friends! I wouldn’t be able to keep up with American speakers, because Soviet people are not taught to speak up. I’ll tell you my story in short, how it began and where it led to, by example of my book “Metro 2033”, some of you might have read. I wrote “Metro 2033” […]

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