CLASSICS NOW

Mary and Solomon, from the Northcoast Book Discussion Group, explore literary classics and their relevance to present day.

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Mary and Solomon, from the Northcoast Book Discussion Group discuss The Wasps by Aristophanes.


Mary Harper and Solomon Everta, of the Northcoast Book Discussion Group, review Dubliners, James Joyce's collection of stories capturing Irish middle class life at the turn of the last century.

Mary and Solomon will also pay tribute to Lance Hardie.  Lance, along with Joe Duroux and Dick Stull co-founded the Northcoast Book Discussion Group in 1993. The Classics Now radio program soon followed in 1994.


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Mary Harper and Solomon Everta, of the Northcoast Book Discussion Group, examine Elizabeth Barrett Browning - her strict upbringing; growing up in Jamaica; hiding her marriage from her family. Mary reads passages from Sonnets from the Portuguese - poems written during Elizabeth Barrett Browning's courtship with Robert Browning. In fact, Barrett Browning waited three years after they'd married before sharing Sonnets from the Portuguese with Robert Browning.

Classics Now is a monthly feature regularly hosted by Mary Harper and Solomon Everta.Classics Now airs the third Thursday of each month during the KHSU Homepage at 1pm.

Solomon Everta from the Northcoast Books Discussion Group takes an engaging look at Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's Elective Affinities.  Classics Now is a monthly feature regularly hosted by Mary Harper and Solomon Everta.

Classics Now airs the third Thursday of each month during the KHSU Homepage at 1pm.


Mary Harper and Solomon Everta of the Northcoast Books Discussion Group showcase the novelette, Oroonoko, written by Aphra Behn.

Aphra Behn is widely recognized as the first professional woman author. Oroonoko was written in the 17th century.


Much Ado About Nothing

Mary Harper and Solomon Everta of the Northcoast Book Discussion Group talk about William Shakespeare's timeless classic Much Ado About Nothing.

Classics Now airs the 3rd Thursday of every month at 1:00 pm on the KHSU Homepage.