After prolific growth on social media, Komal Kapoor is utilizing her perceptive understanding of romance in the digital age to present her first collection of poems. Unfollowing You tells a chronological tale of a modern love through a series of poems, prose, texts, screen grabs, and unsent letters. Exploring digital phenomena like swipe culture and technological realities, Kapoor’s words affirm experiences and sentiment echoed across many media platforms. Unfollowing You is separated into two parts: “Following You” details how the two protagonists fall in love and “Unfollowing You” shares their heartbreak. The realism of this collection will encourage readers to normalize growth and indulge in their feelings, even finding strength in them.
Shakespeare is regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world's best dramatist. His plays have been translated into every major language, and are the most performed ever. His work contains stunningly modern insight, witty jokes and soaring passion; it is an endless source of amazement and inspiration. The Tempest is now considered to be one of Shakespeare's greatest works. It has been adapted numerous times in a variety of styles and formats; it is a tale of magic, romance, and illusion. The sorcerer Prospero, rightful Duke of Milan, plots to restore his daughter Miranda to her rightful place; he conjures up a tempest to lure his usurping brother Antonio to the island, before using various machinations to reveal the usurper's true nature. This lively adaptation is a convenient summary meant to bring to you Shakespeare's magic in an actual, clear and precise way; recorded by the greatest storytellers, it will bring to you the fundamentals of English culture in a most enjoyable format.
”Life is filled with the unexpected...romantic, tragic, and mysterious endings to our most ordinary actions. Dreams come true, or dreams are shattered, by sudden twists of fate in...The Unexpected!” For mystery fans, “The Unexpected” is a real discovery. First aired in 1947, this unique and little-known series offers tense and suspenseful tales centering on the thoughts or actions of a person thrust into a difficult or dangerous situation. The stories are engrossing, but the most fascinating element is the twist ending that comes with each program - a surprise wrap-up that you’ll never see coming. Transferred from original recordings and fully restored for sparkling audio fidelity, this second volume of rare broadcasts features such stars as Steve Cochran, Lurene Tuttle, Lyle Talbot, Barry Sullivan, and Virginia Gregg.
Upton Sinclair is best known for his novel The Jungle, an expose of the meatpacking industry. He was also a playwright whose works for the stage reflected the same progressive viewpoints found in his other writing. In The Machine, published as part of Sinclair's 1912 collection Plays of Protest, Socialist activists show a rich man's daughter the truth about the society in which she has been raised. (Summary by wildemoose)Cast:
Julia Patterson, a magazine writer: Elizabeth KlettJack Bullen, a parlor Socialist: Dale BurgessLaura Hegan, Hegan's daughter: Arielle LipshawAllan Montague, a lawyer: Bellona TimesJim Hegan, the traction king: ToddHWAnnie Roberts, a girl of the slums: Lucy PerryRobert Grimes, the boss: John SteigerwaldAndrews, Hegan's secretary: Max KörlingeParker, a clerk: Marty KrisNarrator: Linette GeiselAudio edited by: Arielle Lipshaw
This is another volume of Ella Wheeler Wicox's famous series. This time, the topic is Experience. The short play The New Hawaiian Girl is included in this volume. The cast of The New Hawaiian Girl is Narrator: AvailleRalph: Kristin GjerløwEthel: Diana SchmidtThe Girl: Michele Fry- Summary by Carolin
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