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The To Read List

The To Read List

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Most people have books on their shelves they’ve been meaning to read. Bailey has 125. With this podcast, she and her friends set out to finish their ever-growing To Read Lists.
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क्या आपको कहानी सुनना अच्छा लगता है? स्टोरीजैम में सुनिए कहानियां, कुछ जानी पहचानी, कुछ अनजानी. प्रेमचंद के गाँव हो या मन्नू भंडारी का कनाट प्लेस, भीष्म साहनी का पंजाब या फणीश्वर नाथ रेनू का बिहार, देश भर की चुनिंदा कहानियां आप यहाँ सुन सकते हैं तो सुनो कहानी स्टोरीजैम में आरती की ज़ुबानी ! I read aloud stories/ kahaniyan to you. Stories that are sometimes well known, sometimes lesser known, always memorable! From Premchand to Mannu Bhandari, Bhisham Sahani to Renu, you're sure to find a stor ...
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Read It or List It

Ashley Chandler, Phoebe Wright

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Read It or List It is the podcast for the thoughtful, busy reader who needs to know: add to cart or save it for later? We will be taking a critical look into the books we read in all mediums (audio, e-reader, and physical) to help you decide which books to read and when and to generate important conversations in the literary world.
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Read and listen in french

Read and listen in french

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The most interesting articles to read and listen simultaneously, in order to train your oral and written comprehension of the French language, while expanding your vocabulary. Website: https://goo.gl/Dxf3Ei
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THE SONG OF ACHILLES by Madeline Miller SPEECH TEAM by Tim Murphy Prepare your position papers and make sure you have your humorous interpretation memorized, because this week, Bailey dives into SPEECH TEAM by Tim Murphy! High School competition not really your style? That's okay, Andrew has plenty of thoughts about Madeline Miller's bestselling no…
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Shrilal Shukla was a civil servant and a very observant one too! What he saw around him the hinterlands of Uttar Pradesh and in the corridors of power in big cities gave him ample material for his rich life as a writer. Rural decay and urban apathy, all found their way in his satirical novels. The best known of which remains ‘Raag Darbari’. The nov…
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THE SONG OF ACHILLES by Madeline Miller SPEECH TEAM by Tim Murphy Prepare your position papers and make sure you have your humorous interpretation memorized, because this week, Bailey dives into SPEECH TEAM by Tim Murphy! High School competition not really your style? That's okay, Andrew has plenty of thoughts about Madeline Miller's bestselling no…
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There are some relationships that have copious amounts written about them, and then there are a handful that we seldom read about. One such is that of a father-in-law and daughter-in-law. In India their conversations are seldom spoken about, often buried under the heavy burden of familial hierarchy. This story by Ajay Jugran offers a glimpse of ten…
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THE LATHE OF HEAVEN by URSULA K LE GUIN THE MOST FUN WE EVER HAD by CLAIRE LOMBARDO Dream a little dream of us, Page-O’s! In this episode, Toby gives an ‘effective’ review of Ursula K Le Guin’s The Lathe of Heaven plus an explanation of what exactly a lathe is. Then Bailey has a rip-roaring good time reviewing Claire Lombardo’s The Most Fun We Ever…
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THE LATHE OF HEAVEN by URSULA K LE GUIN THE MOST FUN WE EVER HAD by CLAIRE LOMBARDO Dream a little dream of us, Page-O’s! In this episode, Toby gives an ‘effective’ review of Ursula K Le Guin’s The Lathe of Heaven plus an explanation of what exactly a lathe is. Then Bailey has a rip-roaring good time reviewing Claire Lombardo’s The Most Fun We Ever…
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1960’s was an era of literary experimentation and introspection. The stories often reflected on the juggernaut of rapid urbanisation and the social changes transforming post-independence India. Gyanranjan, despite having written far fewer stories than his contemporaries became one of the most popular names in Sathotri Sahitya (literature of the 60’…
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THE SPLENDID AND THE VILE by Erik Larson / BEACH READ by Emily Henry In this episode, we get to talk about two of our favorite authors--Emily "The Love Book" Henry and Erik "The Larsman" Larson. Will we be able to stop ourselves from reading every book they've ever written? Will we ever stop talking about Winston Churchill's bathtime? Will our coll…
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THE SPLENDID AND THE VILE by Erik Larson / BEACH READ by Emily Henry In this episode, we get to talk about two of our favorite authors--Emily "The Love Book" Henry and Erik "The Larsman" Larson. Will we be able to stop ourselves from reading every book they've ever written? Will we ever stop talking about Winston Churchill's bathtime? Will our coll…
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Shekhar Joshi was born in Almora, Uttarakhand. His stories carried his home in them. An important voice in the ‘Nayi Kahani’ movement of Hindi literature, Joshi’s stories talked of the struggles of his people, their poverty, exploitation and resistance. This story ‘Dajyu’ was also made into a film by the Children’s Film Society of India. ​​हिंदी सा…
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PALE BLUE DOT by Carl Sagan / THE GIFT OF FEAR by Gavin de Becker Toby makes his triumphant return to the podcast only to reveal his greatest shame yet! While "reviewing" PALE BLUE DOT, he makes us question how much we all care about space. Next, Bailey dives into THE GIFT OF FEAR, a thrilling self-help book that demonstrates why you should listen …
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PALE BLUE DOT by Carl Sagan / THE GIFT OF FEAR by Gavin de Becker Toby makes his triumphant return to the podcast only to reveal his greatest shame yet! While "reviewing" PALE BLUE DOT, he makes us question how much we all care about space. Next, Bailey dives into THE GIFT OF FEAR, a thrilling self-help book that demonstrates why you should listen …
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देश का राजनैतिक तापमान बढ़ता जा रहा है। इस पसीने छुड़ा देने वाली रस्साकशी के माहौल में दो पल रुक कर मीठे व्यंग का शरबत पीजिये। और हाँ, एक सहानुभूति भरी नज़र ज़रा उस छुटभैये नेता की ओर भी जिसका भविष्य हर इलेक्शन से पहले थाली में कंचे सा डोलता है।As the mercury rises on the nation’s elections, we are all sure to get caught in the crossfire of barbs and b…
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THE UNWOMANLY FACE OF WAR by Svetlana Alexievich / UNDER THE BANNER OF HEAVEN by John Krakauer The choosening really brought some heavy hitters to the book nook this time--these tomes pack a punch! First Andrew learns about the women of the Soviet Army during World War II in Nobel Laureate Svetlana Alexievich's THE UNWOMANLY FACE OF WAR, a harrowin…
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THE UNWOMANLY FACE OF WAR by Svetlana Alexievich / UNDER THE BANNER OF HEAVEN by John Krakauer The choosening really brought some heavy hitters to the book nook this time--these tomes pack a punch! First Andrew learns about the women of the Soviet Army during World War II in Nobel Laureate Svetlana Alexievich's THE UNWOMANLY FACE OF WAR, a harrowin…
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Born in Rawalpindi in 1942, playwright and author Swadesh Deepak made Ambala his home. He lived there until 2006, when one day he stepped out of his house for a walk and never returned. His play “Court Martial” is said to have had over 5000 shows across the country and yet Deepak shunned fame. Battling Bipolar disorder he stepped away for treatment…
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THE LIAR’S CLUB by MARY KARR / SURVIVOR by CHUCK PAHLANIUK Tell the truth, Page-Os, you’re excited for this one! In this episode, Toby reads Mary Karr’s THE LIAR'S CLUB, a memoir so powerful that it is rumored to have revitalized the genre as a whole in the 1990s, and Bailey has her first Chuck Pahlaniuk experience (what!? I know, right?) with SURV…
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THE LIAR’S CLUB by MARY KARR / SURVIVOR by CHUCK PAHLANIUK Tell the truth, Page-Os, you’re excited for this one! In this episode, Toby reads Mary Karr’s THE LIAR'S CLUB, a memoir so powerful that it is rumored to have revitalized the genre as a whole in the 1990s, and Bailey has her first Chuck Pahlaniuk experience (what!? I know, right?) with SURV…
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Much has been written about Manto. In his times, he was perhaps talked about more than his written works. Dragged into court, condemned by the custodians of culture, ridiculed by the scholars of “serious literature”, Manto lived and wrote as he pleased. He was asked why he wrote and he replied with a honest and witty article, “Main afsana kyunkar l…
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THE CITY OF BRASS by S.A. Chakraborty / THE MITFORDS edited by Charlotte Mosley Today's the day that Bailey finally reviews THE MITFORDS, the 800-page epistolary non-fiction that's been glaring at her from the shelf for over a decade. Plus, Andrew dives into a new fantasy series with THE CITY OF BRASS and gets a song stuck in our heads in the proce…
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THE CITY OF BRASS by S.A. Chakraborty / THE MITFORDS edited by Charlotte Mosley Today's the day that Bailey finally reviews THE MITFORDS, the 800-page epistolary non-fiction that's been glaring at her from the shelf for over a decade. Plus, Andrew dives into a new fantasy series with THE CITY OF BRASS and gets a song stuck in our heads in the proce…
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नमस्कार, मेरा नाम आरती है और में Storyjam में हर हफ्ते आपको सुनाती हूँ हिंदी में एक कहानी। अगर आप को कहानियां सुनना अच्छा लगता हैं , तो इस चैनल को सब्सक्राइब ज़रूर करें। धन्यवाद! सूर्यबाला जी का जन्म 25 अक्टूबर 1944 को वाराणसी में हुआ। वे एक लेखिका और व्यंगकार के रूप में सुप्रसिद्ध हैं। अपने जन्मस्थान वाराणसी से सूर्यबाला जी की बहुत सी यादें जुड़ी है…
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SORROWLAND by Rivers Solomon THE WANGS VS. THE WORLD by Jade Chang Bailey and Dillon are back, baby! Now that the crew has re-assembled, Toby can introduce us to a new friend in Rivers Solomon, and Bailey can finally review the Jade Chang book she read two months ago. Plus, Dillon shares his latest reads, Andrew witnesses an unexpected fight, and w…
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SORROWLAND by Rivers Solomon THE WANGS VS. THE WORLD by Jade Chang Bailey and Dillon are back, baby! Now that the crew has re-assembled, Toby can introduce us to a new friend in Rivers Solomon, and Bailey can finally review the Jade Chang book she read two months ago. Plus, Dillon shares his latest reads, Andrew witnesses an unexpected fight, and w…
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Winner of the Sahitya Academy Award in 1968, Kulwant Singh Virk wrote inboth Punjabi and English. His stories that revolve around the partition of India and Pakistan are especially poignant.I was intrigued by the ending of this story. It could mean different things to different readers, based on their gender, age and when in history they read it. W…
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BABEL by R.F. Kuang BIRNAM WOOD by Eleanor Catton This week the boys are joined by none other than composer extraordinaire (and Andrew's wife) Gillian Beth Durkee to discuss books, life, and New Zealand! First, Toby gives his verdict on BookTok sensation BABEL by R.F. Kuang. Then it's a group discussion of Eleanor Catton's eco-thriller BIRNAM WOOD …
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BABEL by R.F. Kuang BIRNAM WOOD by Eleanor Catton This week the boys are joined by none other than composer extraordinaire (and Andrew's wife) Gillian Beth Durkee to discuss books, life, and New Zealand! First, Toby gives his verdict on BookTok sensation BABEL by R.F. Kuang. Then it's a group discussion of Eleanor Catton's eco-thriller BIRNAM WOOD …
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ग़ालिब पुरुस्कार से सम्मानित कन्हैया लाल कपूर , जिन्हे केएल कपूर के नाम से भी जाना जाता है, व्यंग हास्य और उपहासपूर्ण पैरोडी के लिए जाने गए। अविभाजित भारत में उनका जन्म 1910. में लायलपुर में हुआ। विभाजन के उपरांत वे मोगा पंजाब में आ बसे और यहाँ कॉलेज में प्रिंसिपल के रूप में कार्यरत रहे। Listen to Hindi kahaniyan and Urdu Kahaniyan by famous as wel…
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STAY TRUE by Hua Hsu IN THE MISO SOUP by Ryu Murakami Lads episode! Andrew and Toby take the wheel this week and it is as ROWDY and CHAOTIC as you would expect a book review podcast recorded by two men in their 30s to be! So, pretty normal and chilled out! Andrew reviews Hua Hsu’s Pulitzer-Prize-winning memoir Stay True and flirts with a band that …
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STAY TRUE by Hua Hsu IN THE MISO SOUP by Ryu Murakami Lads episode! Andrew and Toby take the wheel this week and it is as ROWDY and CHAOTIC as you would expect a book review podcast recorded by two men in their 30s to be! So, pretty normal and chilled out! Andrew reviews Hua Hsu’s Pulitzer-Prize-winning memoir Stay True and flirts with a band that …
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Mamta Kalia started writing in the 70’s, around the time when the role of women in society and family was undergoing a rapid transformation. Her stories often revolve around the themes of love and marriage. They carve out in great detail the quiet desperation of family life and the aching desire for the woman to be more than a sum of her roles as a…
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We carry with us stories of people with whom we crossed paths years, sometimes decades ago. Some are inspiring stories and others, a cautionary tale. Hariram is the kind of unforgettable character we all have known or heard about. He lived a life of greed and misfortune and died an unremarkable death- only to be remembered by a young boy who saw Ha…
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Check it, Page-O's: it’s our favorite episode of the year, and also the most bowl-shakingly terrifying episode of the year — the Bookend Awards! Join us as we take a look at our stats, hand out superlatives (both positive and negative), and play a pair of games that alternately fill us with shame and dread. Plus, well, actually that’s it for this e…
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Check it, Page-O's: it’s our favorite episode of the year, and also the most bowl-shakingly terrifying episode of the year — the Bookend Awards! Join us as we take a look at our stats, hand out superlatives (both positive and negative), and play a pair of games that alternately fill us with shame and dread. Plus, well, actually that’s it for this e…
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ऐलिस वाकर एक अमेरिकी उपन्यासकार, लघु कथाकार, कवि और सामाजिक कार्यकर्ता हैं। 1982 में, ऐलिस वाकर फिक्शन के लिए पुलित्जर पुरस्कार जीतने वाली पहली अफ्रीकी अमेरिकी महिला बनीं। उन्हें उनके उपन्यास ‘द कलर पर्पल’ के लिए पुरस्कार से सम्मानित किया गया। वॉकर ने सत्रह उपन्यास और लघु कहानी संग्रह, बारह गैर-काल्पनिक रचनाएँ और निबंध और कविता के संग्रह प्रकाशित क…
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CRIME AND PUNISHMENT by Fyodor Dostoevsky / SOUR HEART by Jenny Zhang Sacre bleu! This week, Andrew digs into his first Dostoevsky—CRIME AND PUNISHMENT— while in Parisian quarantine. Plus, Bailey reviews SOUR HEART, a surprisingly lewd collection of short stories à clef. And of course, we learn how to feel shame in multiple languages. Raskolnikov!…
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CRIME AND PUNISHMENT by Fyodor Dostoevsky / SOUR HEART by Jenny Zhang Sacre bleu! This week, Andrew digs into his first Dostoevsky—CRIME AND PUNISHMENT— while in Parisian quarantine. Plus, Bailey reviews SOUR HEART, a surprisingly lewd collection of short stories à clef. And of course, we learn how to feel shame in multiple languages. Raskolnikov!…
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मनोहर श्याम जोशी ने भारतीय टेलीविज़न को बहुत सी यादगार कहानियां दी- हम लोग, बुनियाद, मुंगेरी लाल के हसीन सपने इत्यादि। आधुनिक हिन्दी साहित्य के गद्यकार, उपन्यासकार, व्यंग्यकार, पत्रकार होने के साथ साथ वे जनवादी-विचारक, फिल्म पट-कथा लेखक, संपादक, कुशल प्रवक्ता तथा स्तंभ-लेखक थे। #hindi #story #storytelling #stories #kahaniyan #urdu stories,#audiostor…
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THE LEFT-HANDED BOOKSELLERS OF LONDON by Garth Nix / THE WESTING GAME by Ellen Raskin Would you like to play a game? In this very special episode of The To Read List, comedian and podcast creator Ella Gale joins us to discuss the classic middle grade mystery THE WESTING GAME by Ellen Raskin. We riff on overly complicated inheritance schemes, method…
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THE LEFT-HANDED BOOKSELLERS OF LONDON by Garth Nix / THE WESTING GAME by Ellen Raskin Would you like to play a game? In this very special episode of The To Read List, comedian and podcast creator Ella Gale joins us to discuss the classic middle grade mystery THE WESTING GAME by Ellen Raskin. We riff on overly complicated inheritance schemes, method…
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Some tragic love stories are legendary- Shirin-Farhad, Laila-Majnu, Sohni-Mahiwal, but for each that became a saga, there are probably millions of love stories that were extinguished and never remembered or retold. You’ll find them in the forgettable inner pages of the newspaper, in whispered gossip at social gatherings and very often buried somewh…
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CRY, THE BELOVED COUNTRY by Alan Paton / THE LOVE HYPOTHESIS by Ali Hazelwood In this very NOT spooky episode, we have a classic pairing of novels. They go together as well as peanut butter and jelly! First, Andrew reviews Alan Paton's 1948 classic, CRY, THE BELOVED COUNTRY and finds it a bit... surprising. Then Bailey delves into the world of STEM…
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CRY, THE BELOVED COUNTRY by Alan Paton / THE LOVE HYPOTHESIS by Ali Hazelwood In this very NOT spooky episode, we have a classic pairing of novels. They go together as well as peanut butter and jelly! First, Andrew reviews Alan Paton's 1948 classic, CRY, THE BELOVED COUNTRY and finds it a bit... surprising. Then Bailey delves into the world of STEM…
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Qurratulain Hyder was one of the most influential and successful progressive writers post Independence. She was bilingual, writing and translating in both Urdu and English. Her literary life was rich as a novelist and a short story writer, an academic, and a journalist. Her magnum opus, ‘Aag Ka Dariya’ is her best known work. The women in her stori…
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MISTY OF CHINCOTEAGUE by Marguerite Henry / TRUST by Hernan Diaz Don’t make a sound, Page-O’s! Bailey’s on the warpath after she reads MISTY OF CHINCOTEAGUE by Marguerite Henry, and she totally takes it out on the boys. Meanwhile, Toby tries his best to encapsulate the many levels of the .5 Pulitzer-Prize-winning novel TRUST by Hernan Diaz. All thi…
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MISTY OF CHINCOTEAGUE by Marguerite Henry / TRUST by Hernan Diaz Don’t make a sound, Page-O’s! Bailey’s on the warpath after she reads MISTY OF CHINCOTEAGUE by Marguerite Henry, and she totally takes it out on the boys. Meanwhile, Toby tries his best to encapsulate the many levels of the .5 Pulitzer-Prize-winning novel TRUST by Hernan Diaz. All thi…
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