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The Culture & Anarchy Podcast Morgan A. Brown

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.6 • 10 Ratings

The Culture & Anarchy Podcast brings you the best in freethinking criticism on contemporary issues, libertarianism, Austrian Economics, anarchocapitalism, religion, atheism, and literature. No issue is off limits. No topic is too profane. Prepare yourself for perfection: "The best that has been thought and said."

    48. The Prisoner of Chillon, by Lord Byron; feat. Introduction and Background

    48. The Prisoner of Chillon, by Lord Byron; feat. Introduction and Background

    The Prisoner of Chillon, by Lord Byron

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    [02:20] Introduction, by Morgan A. Brown -- Some historical and biographical notes that one should consider when trying to understand the poem's underlying tenor.

    [33:55] Sonnet on Chillon, by Lord Byron

    [35:51] 1816 Advertisment, by Lord Byron

    [43:00] The Prisoner of Chillon, by Lord Byron

    [01:08:24] True Story of the Prisoner of Chillon, by A. Van Amstel (Johannes Christian Neumann): A short biography of Francois Bonivard, which better paints a picture of the real Prisoner of Chillon.

    Featuring the music of Johannes Brahms, Piano Trio No. 3, played by the Claremont Trio--courtesy of musopen.org (https://musopen.org/music/2071-piano-trio-no-3-op-101/)

    Also, featuring tracks by the Passion Hifi (https://soundcloud.com/freehiphopbeatsforyou): Cold Heat, I Close My Eyes, and Untouchable.

    Audio from A King in New York, a Charlie Chaplin film, provided with the expressed permission of Roy Export S.A.S. (www.charliechaplin.com), who holds the copyright thereto.

    • 1 hr 40 min

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