In early 1900, actress Olga Nethersole and several of her colleagues were indicted for their roles in the production of a play. Find out what caused them to be called "of wicked and depraved mind and disposition" when Christine covers the scandal that made New York City headlines.
Music: "Evening Melodrama" by Kevin Macleod (www.incompetech.com)
10/14/2017 04:53:29 am
I purchased Daudet's novel at a book-sale, and am evolving to realize it's significance. Thank you for this informative podcast. The book Sisters in Sin by Katie N Johnson and this site have been very enlightening!http://suehallgarth.com/willa-cather-edith-lewis-feminine-friendships-draft/
10/20/2017 09:58:36 pm
Thank you so much for the comment! I am glad you enjoyed it. When I read Daudet's novel it was really a mind-broadening experience, seeing exactly the points he was making and who he was trying to teach. Now I'm going to have to check out Johnson's book, because it does look fascinating, so thank you also for the suggestion.
12/11/2022 02:10:08 am
Thankks for this blog post
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