Literature

Review of 'Adventures of Dunno' by Nikolai Nosov

This week Lydia Moore and Dominik Lukeš start a series on lesser-known children’s literature with a discussion of a classic of Soviet children’s literature Nikolai Nosov’s Adventures of Dunno and His Friends.

Lukeš D. Review of 'Adventures of Dunno' by Nikolai Nosov. Moore L, editor. Norwich: Future Radio 96.9; 2007.

Alternative narrative forms 3: Terrible Mother Blog

This week Lydia Moore and Dominik Lukeš conclude their series of discussions on the subject of non-traditionally published literature with a look at a parenting blog Terrible Mother which is a part of a site for parent bloggers Offsprung.com.

Lukeš D. Alternative narrative forms 3: Terrible Mother Blog. Moore L, editor. Norwich: Future Radio 96.9; 2007.

Review of 'Good Omens' by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett

Lydia Moore and Dominik Lukeš talk about Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett focusing on the message of human dimension of social movements that permeates all of Pratchett’s work.

Lukeš D. Review of 'Good Omens' by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. Moore L, editor. Norwich: Future Radio 96.9; 2007.

Review of 'Shogun' by James Clavell

Lydia Moore is joined by Dominik Lukeš to talk about James Clavell’s Shogun and its treatment of inter-cultural relations. This begins a theme of popular books that have serious implications of academic studies of similar subjects.

Lukeš D. Review of 'Shogun' by James Clavell. Moore L, editor. Norwich: Future Radio 96.9; 2007.

Review of Erich Kästner’s Emil books

This week Lydia Moore and Dominik Lukeš talk about Erich Kästner’s children’s classics Emil and the Detectives and Emil and the Three Twins. This is the second in a mini series of lesser-known children’s literature.

Lukeš D. Review of Erich Kästner’s Emil books. Moore L, editor. Norwich: Future Radio 96.9; 2007.
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