We examine three readings of Tennyson’s The Lady of Shalott, through the lenses of Creativity, Feminism, and Adolescence.
Spend some time contemplating an ambiguous curse as we listen to Alfred Tennyson’s best-known narrative poem, “The Lady of Shalott” (1842 version).
We veer away from poetry this episode and crash into a recurring question from aspiring writers: the ideal writing environment.
I share A home for my words, a reflection I wrote for Medium a couple of years ago, amended slightly for the podcast.
Listen to Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s ode* to emotional labour, “A Man’s Requirements” in episode three of Requisite Words, available now!
* Not an ode.
Episode two is up now, and you can now subscribe and listen through Apple, Stitcher, Spotify, Podcast Republic, and most other Podcasting Apps. Let me know if it’s missing from your favourite App, and I’ll get it added.