Chapter 3.5 – Poverty and Perception in the Marsh

Chapter 3.5 – Poverty and Perception in the Marsh Lit Think Podcast

Alicia and Sarah discuss the movie adaptation of the novel Where the Crawdads Sing. They discuss the role of prejudice and oppression related to poverty and gender and the presence of naturalism throughout both the novel and movie. At the end of the discussion, they talk about the things they've been reading, watching, and analyzing outside of the classroom.Literary terms of the week: cycle of oppression, prejudice, isolationSign up for the newsletter and follow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.Music by Craig HarmannCover art by Matt Holman This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit

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