Jul 30, 2020
Hello everyone! In this new (if troublesome with technical issues, but worth it) episode, we talk about a very short short story by an early 20th century Brazilian writer called "The Eyes Who Ate Flesh" (Frank's translation). In it we manage to get interesting insights into perspective, blindness and ableism as it can be portrayed, it's a good one!
Unfortunately, my mic died midway through the recording and then my computer decided to troll me as a bonus (it still is), but, if slightly late, here's our latest, quite interesting episode, enjoy!
Also! Here’s the short story in full in Portuguese, if you’re interested! http://www.biblio.com.br/defaultz.asp?link=http://www.biblio.com.br/conteudo/humbertodecampos/olhoscomiamcarne.htm
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Intro Music: Gymnopédie Nº1, Erik Satie, 1888
Outro Music: I'm Looking Through You, The Beatles, Rubber Soul, 1965
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