The Parker Podcast - Life of Pi by Yann Martel Ep. 2 Posted by Ella Travis in College English · Pahomov/Wust · B Band on Wednesday, January 12, 2022 at 8:10 am Comments (12) Jannah Groomes nice intro music in the beginning! A nice conversation between the two of you, flows very nicely. good job using the historic lens to better understand where the author is coming from. Oskar Glahn I like this episode because it gives good insight into author intent, as well as the new-historical lens. It was interesting to hear about how the author could be connected to some of the emotional journeys that take place in the book. Geonni Gee I admire you guy’s ability to maintain a focused conversation. It’s very easy to get off track, especially when there are components of a book that confuse you. The historic lense is a very interesting take, I appreciate how we could hear your enthusiasm for the topic. Guy Bayan The intro was a little long and the music got cut off, which made it sound awkward, but I liked how you made references to outside sources. Kaya Armstrong I like that you guys talked about some background info about the author and what influenced the making of this book. Cashmere Harvey i enjoyed the music inside of the podcast and the way it was presented. a lot of historical information that is given throughout the book . Love to hear it ! Alonso Lai It's nice to hear a bit of the historical context of a book I read years ago. Always wondered why write a story like this. Lianna Sophia Resuello I really like how you guys stayed on your topic and make other connections outside the book. it was good listening to it. you guys kept it interesting the whole time. Melanie Lugo-Carvajal I like the connections to other media, also the connections you made based on research, like when it was released, and the inspiration behind it etc. It just added another interesting element. The transitions to other conversations were also very natural, and overall it all sounded conversational but still professional. Also the audio is CRISP. Overall nice podcast! Dianna Doucoure I agree with what Lorna said. I like the way you started the podcast and also the music. Colin Clapper This is one of my favorite books and it was great to hear new perspectives talked about on a podcast. I really enjoyed listening and it made me want to read it again. Lorna Elliott i liked the conversational tone to your podcast and the research behind the author was fun to listen to, added good background it blended well into the rest of the podcast. Log in to post a comment.