Literary Criticism / Modern Audiobooks

High WeirdnessOur literary criticism/modern audio collection offers a wide variety of great titles to choose from. Explore a compelling selection of books including High Weirdness, Too Much and Ernest Hemingway on Writing to name a few to name a few. Our inventory of literary criticism/modern books includes works from prominent authors like Grady Hendrix. And once you've found a great title download it and start listening immediately. Listening to a bestselling audiobook just doesn't get any easier or more convenient than that!

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Extended Sample High Weirdness  by Erik Davis
Extended Sample Too Much  by Rachel Vorona Cote
Extended Sample Ernest Hemingway on Writing  by Ernest Hemingway
Extended Sample Walt Whitman Speaks  by Walt Whitman
Extended Sample What We Talk About When We Talk About Books  by Leah Price
Extended Sample If  by Christopher Benfey
Extended Sample The Ministry of Truth  by Dorian Lynskey
Extended Sample On Cussing  by Katherine Dunn
Extended Sample Shakespeare and the Afterlife  by John Garrison
Extended Sample The Gatsby Affair  by Kendall Taylor
Extended Sample Where the Stress Falls  by Susan Sontag
Extended Sample The Recovering  by Leslie Jamison
Extended Sample The Infernal Library  by Daniel José Older
Extended Sample Paperbacks from Hell  by Grady Hendrix
Extended Sample Jane on the Brain  by Wendy Jones
Extended Sample The Dawn Watch  by Maya Jasanoff
Extended Sample Nabokov's Favorite Word Is Mauve  by Ben Blatt
Extended Sample The Novel of the Century  by David Bellos
Extended Sample The Year of Lear  by James Shapiro
Extended Sample The Most Dangerous Book  by Kevin Birmingham
Extended Sample Why Read Moby-Dick?  by Nathaniel Philbrick
Extended Sample Herman Melville  by Elizabeth Hardwick
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