Five Reasons to Read Daniel Defoe's "Moll Flanders."
The Troubadour Podcast
in this episode I give five reasons you should consider reading Moll Flanders, an early 18th century novel written by Daniel Defoe, who is the author of Robinson Crusoe.The five reasons are:1) You get to visit 17th century London-I mention a painting, which is featured as the artwork for this episode. It is "The Egg Dance by Jan Steen."2) Meet an "immoral" woman who, nevertheless, leads an interesting life.-Here I discuss why so many people have hated Moll Flanders.3) Understand what philosophers hate about commercialism and capitalism.4) Learn about the novel as an artistic achievement5) Understand the novel as a moral institution.
F***bois of Literature : A podcast about toxic people in books
The Literature Lady herself is here to walk us through the Daniel Defoe classic MOLL FLANDERS. Dr. Janet Bartholomew (@Literature_Lady) and host Emily Edwards (@MsEmilyEdwards) apparently, stan an unrepentant thief on this podcast, and ladies who commit crimes because they have to, and because it's just real fun.
23. Humblebragging with Moll Flanders: The Baddest Broads in Fiction
The Procrastination Planet Podcast
In which the gals discuss their favorite female characters of all time. Other topics include blood spells, comparing term papers to bridesmaid dresses, and much-neglected Big Nasty fangirling. Also, Macbeth and Showgirls are not so different. Find out why in this episode!Visit us at procrastinationplanet.comLogo designed by C. Trojan at ctrojanart.comTheme music: "Laser Unicorns" by Christian Penn, courtesy of Jamendo LicensingTwitter: @ProcrasPlanetInstagram: @procrastinationplanetpodcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/procrastinationplanet/Sabrina's website: http://www.sabrinamonet.com/Sabrina's Medium: https://medium.com/@sabrinamonetCarlye's website: https://carlyeknightauthor.wordpress.com/