This week, we’re pleased to present a two-part, Coffee with Comrades special. Frank and Bruno—co-hosts of the Left Page podcast—join us to discuss Ursula K. Le Guin’s novel, The Dispossessed. In Pt. II, we talk about timeless revolution, gender and sexuality, Le Guin’s failure to address race, concepts of ownership, and the prospect of self-actualization. Make sure to listen to Pt. I of this discussion or else you might feel kinda lost!
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- Intro: “I Ain’t Got No Home in this World” by Woody Guthrie
- Interlude: “Vignette: Panacea” by Disasterpeace
- Outro: “Break Free” by Hundredth