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I've been out of the office for a while, so instead of doing a new interview this week, I wanted to share an episode from one of my favorite bookish podcasts, The Your Favorite Book podcast. If that title sounds familiar, it's because I had the host Malavika Praseed as a guest on my podcast back in episode 29, when we talked about The Heart is a Lonely Hunter by Carson McCullers. Malavika is, quite honestly, a brilliant book critic and a thoughtful reader, not to mention a truly funny human being. Although our podcasts have a similar premise, she often takes a more critical and even academic approach to the books. I learn something new with each episode I listen to.
When Malavika invited me onto her podcast, we did a deep dive into my all time favorite, Howard’s End. I have both highly personal and critical reasons for loving it so much. And I thought you might enjoy listening to my side of the story. The E.M. Forster classic is both my comfort read and my critical favorite and is, in my opinion, the Best Book Ever.
Please enjoy this spotlight episode of the Your Favorite Book podcast, and I will be back with a new episode next week.
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Host: Julie Strauss
Guest: Malavika Praseed
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Discussed in this episode:
Pride and Prejudice 2005 (Jaimie’s favorite)
Pride and Prejudice 1995 miniseries (Julie’s favorite)
Overlapped topics on our twin podcasts:
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