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TTC Audio -John B. Fisher - Great Writers, Their Lives And Works
English | MP3 32 kbps 22 KHz Stereo | 3 MP3s | 122 MB
by John B. Fisher, B.A., Harvard University, Rollins College Alumni Lecturer in History and Literature
12 audio lectures in 3 MP3 files + 1 scanned guidebook (PDF)
This course is designed to visit with some of the world's great authors and in so doing, to bring their works to those unfamiliar with them and to remind those already acquainted with them, but who haven't read these works in years, of the delight that will be theirs in doing so again. Gertrude Stein put it well when she said, "With me familiarity doesn't breed contempt; it only breeds more familiarity." The passage of time has confirmed, and even enhanced, the reputation of each of these writers. Their sensitivity, their perceptions, and their unrivaled use of language have been of great benefit to the world. All of them endure because of a special talent.
Oscar Wilde - The Tragic Genius
H.L. Mencken - Occasional Curmudgeon
Robert Burns - "Our Rabbie"
Maurice Maeterlinck - The Multitalented
Victor Hugo - The Gallic Giant
St. Augustine - A Saint for All Centuries
Emily Dickinson - The Belle of Amherst
Ulysses S. Grant - Those Memorable Memoirs
Dr. Samuel Johnson - Words, Words, Words
Plutarch - That Dramatic Philosopher
Alfred, Lord Tennyson - England's National Treasure
John B. Fisher, a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Harvard University, has taught history, art, and literature at the prep-school and college levels. His participation in the world of education has also included service as a trustee of Mount Holyoke College, Mercyhurst College, and The Dana Hall Schools. For the past twelve years, he has lectured to capacity audiences at Rollins College and on other campuses. This lecture series has been identified by the press as "the best attended, longest-running within memory in Central Florida."