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So, when you marry someone from a civilization who can’t conceive of your concept of marriage, family, intimacy, etc. How does that work out? Wait, does it work out? Charlotte Perkins Gilman, today on The Classic Tales Podcast.

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Now, the term Enchiridion is a Greek word that means essentially a handbook. However, some Enchiridions were more notable than others. In fact, the most famous Enchiridion was penned by Epictetus, who is referenced and quoted in this week’s podcast episode.

And now, Herland, Part 6 of 6, by Charlotte Perkins Gilman.

Direct download: CT_523_Herland_Pt6of6.mp3
Category:Literature -- posted at: 12:30am MDT