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In which the CenterForLit staff embarks on a quest to discover the Great Ideas of literature in books of every description: ancient classics to fresh bestsellers; epic poems to bedtime stories. This podcast is a production of The Center for Literary Education and is a reading companion for teachers, homeschoolers, and readers of all stripes.
 
Nejposlouchanější český marketingový podcast a jediný český podcast doporučovaný časopisem FORBES servíruje rozhovory s hosty, kteří vás mají co naučit. Kritérium číslo 1: Něco velkého v českém marketingu dokázali. Kritérium číslo 2: Jsou ochotní a schopní rozberat své postupy na součástky. Konkrétně, prakticky, bez marketingového bullshitu. Autor podcastu Pavel Šíma, sám oceňovaný marketér a vystudovaný žurnalista, jde do hloubky. Trvá na odhalení byznysmodelu hostů. Nepustí je od mikrofonu ...
 
Based on the Amazon Travel Writing Bestseller- Wander(lust): Letters From a Wanderer. Travel through memories of first love and heartbreak set around the globe in places like iconic New York City in the morning and Rome at twilight. This collection of wanderlust-filled moments captured in words and read aloud by the author and guest readers will satisfy anyone who has ever loved and lost a person, a city, or another life. The book is available on Amazon worldwide and online in major bookstor ...
 
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Efficientpreneur Show helps business owners and entrepreneurs to build & scale their business profitability online with less time, effort and cost so they can enjoy a fulfilling lifestyle. The show offers business tips and tricks from leading experts, CEOs, productivity hackers and best-selling authors. Efficientpreneur Show is hosted by Ahmed Al Kiremli, also known as AK is a Serial Entrepreneur, Business Mentor, Efficiency Expert, Pro Athlete And The 1# International Bestselling Author of ...
 
If this is your first encounter with Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog) you're certainly in for a treat! One of the most delightful examples of Victorian humor, this book by Jerome K Jerome is all the way a fun cruise down the Thames River with some funny characters for company. Three Men in a Boat was originally meant to be a serious piece of travel writing, full of local flavors, legends and folklore about England's mighty river. As it turned out, somewhere along the way, the ...
 
Eleven conversations and episodes from a young Spaniard's awakening to his intuition, excerpted from the novel, “A Voice Beyond Reason” (Amazon.ca #1 Bestseller: Kindle Metaphysical * Spirituality Books * Inspirational Books * Metaphysical & Visionary Books) and the forthcoming audiobook of the same name. [o] Synopsis: In his mountaintop village in southern Spain, Pablo's entire life seems planned out for him—his place, his vocation, his future. When family tragedy catapults him into an unco ...
 
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“A man is literally what he thinks, his character being the complete sum of all his thoughts,” is one of the quotes from James Allen's classic self help books, As a Man Thinketh. Published in 1902, it provides many more such insightful concepts on the power of thought and its effect on a human being's personality and behavior. This volume is more of a literary essay than a complete book and its title is based on a Biblical proverb, “As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he.” Taking this piec ...
 
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Svoboda je oklešťována veřejnými zájmy! „Skutečně stojíme před tím, jestli ji dokážeme ochránit, abychom nebyli okleštění natolik, že už budeme nesvobodní.“ S Pavlem Rychetským se shodujeme na jedné věci: Individuálních svobod v České republice v posledních 20 letech rapidně ubývá. Poslechněte si historicky nejdelší rozhovor, který předseda Ústavní…
 
BiblioFiles is taking a sabbatical – but not to fear! When we return, we’re coming back bigger and better than ever. In the meantime, be sure you’re subscribed to the channel so you don’t miss our new season when it launches, as well as some little surprises we have planned for while we’re gone.저자 CenterForLit
 
Left to their own devices, Ian, Emily, and Megan decide to make the show all about themselves…literally. In this episode, the Andrews Junior talk about their CenterForLit journeys, discuss what they have been reading, and each share one dark secret. Referenced Works: – The Blithedale Romance by Nathaniel Hawthorne – Moby Dick by Herman Melville – H…
 
At CenterForLit we often say that literature provides an avenue for exploring the differing perspectives of the Great Conversation from the safety of our own homes. But if art is powerful to persuade the heart and not just the mind, is it also dangerous? In this episode, we discuss the power of art and potential safeguards for reading. Referenced W…
 
Adam and Missy go it alone in this episode dedicated to exploring the topic of redemptive or sacrificial love. Why is it so prevalent in literature? How do we interpret the reader’s instinctive relief when it shows up? What does it mean when it’s absent? The CenterForLit directors explore these issues and more without interruption from the second g…
 
Which must be converted first – the mind or the soul? In this episode, the CenterForLit crew discusses N.T. Wright and the proper place of apologetics in faith. We pit evidentiary apologetics against Tolstoy’s more experiential perspective, and consider the role art may play in conversion. Referenced Works: – The How to Eat and Elephant podcast – W…
 
Which picture book will rule them all? In this episode, the Andrews clan agrees upon rules for evaluating picture books and then enters combat with the picture book gladiator of their choice. Who will come out victorious? Shop BiblioFiles: www.centerforlit.com/the-bibliofiles-shop Referenced Works: – Amos and Boris by William Steig – All the Places…
 
We like to discuss the great ideas of literature, but what do we do when those abstractions fail to hold up to real life problems–even when the abstractions are true? In this episode, the CenterForLit crew discuss Timothy Keller’s article in The Atlantic on facing his own death. We put him in conversation with other thinkers, and reflect on how the…
 
Shop BiblioFiles: www.centerforlit.com/the-bibliofiles-shop Is the most important or most famous of an author’s works the first one you should read? In this episode, the CenterForLit crew discusses the idea of “gateway books.” What is the best way to get to know an author? Referenced Works: – War and Peace, Anna Karenina, The Death of Ivan Ilyich b…
 
Shop BiblioFiles: www.centerforlit.com/the-bibliofiles-shop Adam is taking over another episode of “What Are We Reading?” having just finished a whale of a tale. He talks about the benefits of waiting until 52 to read Moby Dick, whether or not Ahab is a sympathetic character, and he makes a case for persevering through the cetology chapters. Refere…
 
Shop BiblioFiles: www.centerforlit.com/the-bibliofiles-shop What is the most effective way to work change in the world? The CenterForLit crew contemplates this question by discussing James K.A. Smith’s recent article for The Christian Century. We look at the difference between philosophy and art, and examine the role of story in the career of a Chr…
 
Aaron Andrews, our resident journalist, is back on BiblioFiles to discuss his recent opinion piece concerning the Dr. Seuss controversy with Adam and Ian. We talk about what it looks like for a charitable reader to encounter offensive material, a reader’s relationship to a troubling past, and why it’s difficult to have civil conversations about sen…
 
New Criticism is a literary theory developed in America during the 20th century by thinkers whose influence can still be felt in the way we talk about literature today. In this episode, the CenterForLit crew attempts to describe the movement in layman’s terms while discussing the positive and negative implications of the way New Critics read. Shop …
 
There has been a lot of argument recently around a New York Times article that articulated the position of Classicist Dan-el Padilla Peralta. He believes the underlying presumptions of his academic field are flawed and irreparable, and therefore it should be allowed to die out. In this episode of BiblioFiles, the team attempts to give due respect a…
 
What is art? Leo Tolstoy thinks he knows! The How to Eat an Elephant cast is taking over BiblioFiles this week to talk about Tolstoy’s interesting take on his own chosen career. Shop BiblioFiles: www.centerforlit.com/the-bibliofiles-shop Referenced Works: –How to Eat an Elephant podcast – What Is Art? by Leo Tolstoy –War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy –G…
 
C.S. Lewis called literature the salve that heals the wound of individuality. In this episode, the CenterForLit crew discusses what that wound might be, and how it is that literature goes about healing it. Shop BiblioFiles: www.centerforlit.com/the-bibliofiles-shop Referenced Works: – An Experiment in Criticism by C.S. Lewis – The Tempest and Juliu…
 
We’re opening 2021 with an episode of “What Are We Reading?” and Adam is in the hot seat. His review of Alan Jacob’s Breaking Bread with the Dead is a timely reminder of the important things at the beginning of a new year marked by uncertainty. Shop BiblioFiles: www.centerforlit.com/the-bibliofiles-shop Referenced Works: – Breaking Bread with the D…
 
In 2016 the CenterForLit team decided to turn on their microphones and dive into the Great Conversation. Five years and a hundred episodes later, we can’t imagine our company without BiblioFiles, and we are so grateful to the listeners who have made this show possible. Today we’re celebrating! Stay tuned for nostalgia, games, a chance to win, and a…
 
Covid šlápnul kultuře na krk. Spolu s nekompetentními nařízeními vlády a ministerstev už tři čtvrtě roku drtí ohryzek hudební scény a dalších odvětví. Média informují o snadno představitelných a tedy dobře zkonzumovatelných číslech, ale opomíjejí ne tak jednoduše vyčíslitelné ukazatele. Jenže přílišné upnutí k jediné hodnotě nasazuje klapky a strhá…
 
One of the purported goals of literature is to reflect the truth back to us so that we can see with fresh eyes. Books can be a mirror by which we see the real world with new perspective. But what role does realism have in books aimed at younger readers? Should we be revealing the dark and difficult truths to them? Why does it feel that this is some…
 
Pustili byste se do projektu, o kterém víte, že na 90 % zahučí pod kytky? Tak neveselou statistiku totiž mají v průměru start-upy. Makat na novinkách a inovacích od prvního kousku kódu, prvního prototypu, prvního písmene až do úspěšného finiše na burze nebo při prodeji, to chce více než pořádné koule a ustálený žaludek. O tom ví své i Richard Malov…
 
Přestáváme rozumět světu, ve kterém žijeme. Pravda nevítězí, umřela a už se nevrátí. Jestli to chceme zlepšit, potřebujeme pochopit nepřikrášlenou realitu, byť to je masakr. Poslechněte si, jak jsme se dostali od doby moderní do doby fluidní a v čem nás tato změna nakopala do koulí. Servírujeme podcast bez konejšivých řečiček, cynického zmaru nebo …
 
The CenterForLit crew is back with another episode of “Lit, Period.” This time we’re going all the way back to the beginning. It’s the Homeric Era….and there’s only one author to discuss. But there’s still plenty to cover! We talk about the two extant poems, the archeological history of Troy, the epic form, and more! To download the notes for today…
 
Has Missy found her life’s calling? Having just discovered the field of “bibliotherapy,” the CenterForLit crew explores the medicinal properties of literature and their connection to the nature and purpose of the art. Shop BiblioFiles: www.centerforlit.com/the-bibliofiles-shop Referenced Works: – 30 Poems to Memorize (Before It’s Too Late), edited …
 
A brand new Andrews makes their BiblioFiles debut in order to talk to us about the role of conflict and suffering in forming virtue, and the difference between virtue and ethics. Shop BiblioFiles: www.centerforlit.com/the-bibliofiles-shop Referenced Works: – The Fellowship of the Ring and The Two Towers by J.R.R. Tolkien – The Lion, the Witch and t…
 
V osmém díle “obnoveného” podcastu DEMARKETING se dozvíte, co se dělo v uplynulých třech letech ticha a žádné epizody. Co jsem dělal pro zvýšení výkonnosti digitálních marketérů po celém světě?? Kam jsme za tu dobu posunuli aplikaci ROIVENUE a atribuční modelování? Proč po třech letech obnovuji kanál DEMARKETINGu? A co teď svět potřebuje daleko víc…
 
In this episode the CenterForLit crew considers the seedy underbelly of social media. Highly aware that digital tools are what make our work possible, we think about the tension between positive and negative aspects of social media. Referenced Work: – The Social Dilemma (2020), directed by Jeff Orlowski We love hearing your questions and comments! …
 
The CenterForLit crew cheerfully tackles the problem of their own mortality. Shop BiblioFiles: www.centerforlit.com/the-bibliofiles-shop Referenced Works: – The Death of Ivan Ilyich by Leo Tolstoy – “The Uncourageous Violet” by Humbert Wolfe – Antigone by Sophocles – The Plague by Albert Camus – Letting Swift River Go by Jane Yolen – Tuck Everlasti…
 
In some ways, literature is meant to communicate implicitly and unconsciously. Does literary criticism then ruin the reading experience by trying to make that meaning explicit? The CenterForLit crew tackles this question by turning to Michael Ward’s defense of Planet Narnia, one of the greatest literary discoveries in recent memory. Referenced Work…
 
Everyone abandons Adam and Emily in the office, but they take advantage of the time by sitting down for another “What Are We Reading?” episode of BiblioFiles. Challenged to read Camus’s The Plague due to the obvious relevance of the subject matter, Adam shares his first experience with the French absurdist and talks about how this work might speak …
 
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