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34: Earlier American Literature in Film
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- 34.1: “You Can’t Hide What’s In Your Heart”
- 34.2: Patrick Batemen is Ralph Waldo Emerson
- 34.3: GTFO
- 34.4: It’s Time to “Get Out” Your Antiquated Views on Race
- 34.5: Twelve Years…in the Life of a Slave Girl
- 34.6: I’m Not the Right Person to Be Talking About This
- 34.7: Life Imitates Art…or Art Imitates Life?
- 34.8: Madison Unchained
- 34.9: Into Self-Reliance
- 34.10: Down the Rabbit Hole
- 34.11: The Self-Reliant Baby Driver (Spoiler Alert!) – Where is American Literature Now?
- 34.12: Avatar is just Pocahontas with Blue People in Space
- 34.13: SHOOK- Django is Madison Washington.. with a trigger happy finger.
- 34.14: Why Does it ALWAYS Take a White Character to be Able to Save those of Color?
- 34.15: Wakanda Forever?
- 34.16: Equality? I don’t think so.
- 34.17: The H8teful 8
- 34.18: The Culture With The Attention Span Of A Goldfish
- 34.19: Harriet Jacobs and William Peter Blatty- Interpretations of Slavery, Maternity, and Weaponized Religion
- 34.20: American Literature Today
- 34.21: Technology’s Impact on Literature
- 34.22: The Dance of American Literature