Entertainment Introducing "Orlando" by Virginia Wool

Introducing “Orlando” by Virginia Wool

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Our top choice this week is “Orlando” by Virginia Woolf, adapted by Lettie Precious podcast.

A spirited new version of Virginia Woolf’s Orlando adapted with a distinctly queer point of view. This adaptation revels in the origin of the story as a love letter from Woolf to Vita Sackville West.

Beginning the story as a young 16th century nobleman, Orlando’s life spans centuries, continents, lovers and genders in a sumptuous celebration of what it means to explore one’s own identity.

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Lettie Precious celebrates this gender fluid masterpiece as a progressive tale in the context of its own time, while also bringing a distinctly 21st century lens to the issues of gender, sexuality, privilege and race raised by the text. A love letter to a love letter.

This is an Audible Original Podcast. Free for members. You can download all 4 episodes to your Library now.

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