Discussion Notes: Kew Gardens

Find this week’s story here: Kew Gardens by Virginia Woolf

Next week’s story: Hills Like White Elephants by Ernest Hemingway

Rated: Clean

The Literary Roadhouse hosts discuss Virginia Woolf’s “Kew Gardens.” The story left the hosts divided, with Gerald and Rammy craving more plot. All four hosts debate who the protagonist and the narrator are (the snail?!). The short work reminded Rammy of a painting, and the exercise took Anais back to a college-level art class. Meanwhile Maya gushes over one of her favorite authors of all time.

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