51 Min Released Sep 2, 2016

A Year of Great Books | About Barchester Towers

This podcast is part of a Year of Great Books, a members-only *Slate Academy. To learn more, visit *Slate.com/GreatBooks*.
*Slate editor-in-chief Julia Turner and columnist Laura Miller discuss Barchester Towers, the fourth selection in A Year of Great Books, a Slate Academy* series. Their conversation about Trollope’s novel was recorded live at KGB bar in New York on Aug. 31.

What to read while you’re reading Barchester Towers: Introducing Barchester Towers*

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