Episode 267- "Regarding the Home of One's Childhood, One Could" by Emily Zinnemann

Episode 267- "Regarding the Home of One's Childhood, One Could" by Emily Zinnemann

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[Music] hello and welcome to another episode of what are you glad he enters the show where we discuss innovate literature all of its forms if it's written work its game let's meet the panel and I'm Josh and Tori's running a little bit behind today because for I don't know what many
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times but we're going to be talking about something a bit more delicate and graceful and emotional we're gonna be discussing a poem that made Colin Firth cry and that is regarding the home of one's childhood one good bye Emily Zimmerman but Emily Zimmerman was Colin Earth's
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stepdaughter but I think that in a way got one can make their own connections to but the discussion starter I have for this is what do you you know was the significance of the specific images in which the speaker did not forget can you apply this were a similar strategy to your childhood I think that the images are really for me really representative
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feels like summer day spin out in my yard playing with my little sister running around so I think yeah so I think that it I understand yeah I have the same feeling like whenever I think is how survivor lived in my hair life uh I can't
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like I want making my brother out there because I know my brother was he was like only two we would out that place so he was a really well I do remember I mean hosting a booth like that I think we had we had a bunch of those in the
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backyard like you said this is a big house you know through the my mood out there because the thing is it cost way too much money for the mortgage but uh yeah I can remember like playing around back there you own the swing set all that with my friend you know and you know carrying room said it's that childhood mm-hmm I also remember that with the with the other house a lift in although that one isn't that big so I can't imagine like things about that bit smaller mm-hmm yeah I mean I think that's the perfect strategy is to think about the images from your own childhood
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especially because I moved I moved out of my first house when I break before my 12th birthday I remember my head Aswang said as well that would be my spot that I would go to in order to gather my thoughts there was also many layers of decks there was the pine tree where I would the bark on a pine tree it's very scabby so you can break one
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off and I used to like to toss them into the little fenced-in area kind of like how you collect your pinecones I take the I take the bark from a pinecone and I heat it to the little fenced-in area because it looked like a little toll booth so that was when paying tolls was for some reason the clicking sound of pain now it's my money so it's like yeah
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you took my money I mean in general it's somebody else's it's it's whomever's money yeah I think as far as this poem is concerned it's very intriguing that she uses these fading images regarding and the way that she has the words arranged on tree and story hedges to
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just just examining examining every image and then watching it and then the way that it ends even the branches even the eyes of birds glittering in the branches even the branches the ferrets fade from life and the branches are just that I need depending on how you're viewing it on one hand you can view the
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branches as a solid image as a generic brand but you can also see branches we also see them from your bedroom window that's what it makes me think of like things where it's like they fade things like and that's true a lot of members fade and you have like very small reminiscence of what they used to be very subtle cuz the thing is as we go on we get more memories and more other things and you know our memories have become as good anymore sorry I'm tearing
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up a little bit just the thing is like you remember my childhood it comes from the poems that make grown men cry watching yeah we're gonna minute okay the fact that you're responding to the literature is what I hope to accomplish with these discussions and readings but an interesting thing that I've noticed from the three of us is that the images the different memories that we're
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recalling are outdoors I could only wonder what somebody from growing up yeah I used to go outside and play quite often that is decreased to I mean for me yeah today's generally i'm enes i I went outside every once in a while by doing
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wrong just think they need you inside tuning you know I sometimes watch TV play video games you know okay just stuff yeah but which times do you remember some time super outsider intense you're watching today but yeah the thing like most memories the first was a comeback to me are the ones being outside I think that used to us out a lot during the summers when I was a kid I think they said though I said everyone want out but most of stuff I do remember from like my teenage years is that was kind of a shutting anything is I feel
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like the thing is that's kind of what most people are today like I could open a world where there was no smartphones there was no such thing as Italy there was I think cops but they were today and I remember TVs held like a big backs on them the thing is computers have huge back something it's not everything's like you know faster or anything like you can do all these different things like check out my phone I can look up the the entire story of this book alright now I have to go out and buy it
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mm-hmm anything is like it's just a technology advanced so much society in general was different because going outside was far more common I think people even older than we are could say that they weren't they were never inside they only know they would only go inside for dinner and sometimes you could rain because rain that's that was wrong outside and they're like guilty can go so there's
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some of yeah I mean there's people that are like your parents I know that there's some people that are the opposite of your parents well no I think that's I if you lose snowing though we had to go out and like the big bulky coat which I still have like these like I mean there's befitting anymore but I have like these snow pants and snow
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jackets and like these boots I have to wear anything like that's just like we have paths for all the animals except to shovel the walk away and I had to shovel the driveway and I got to the part uh
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2019 thank God for folks it will take you two seconds three very very solid and clear things up was it more so the poem itself and the details that baby crying or good way that it made you think about your own childhood
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yeah yeah yeah I would say that that it's a much more helpful thing it's a much more helpful strategy to use the poem I mean as much as I think Zimmerman did a good job doing that I don't think we really we only got the glimpses of details really drew us into if you are
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interested in checking out this poem you can find it in the poems that make grown men cry collection this includes several people you know talking about the poem they felt made the cry why making fried and then itself collection includes that's selling best-selling authors winners of the Nobel Prize in the
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Academy word oh it works and other prominent figures from the arts sciences and politics which these are the people that are talking about the poems of Natron so it's really interesting to see what each other that's the say and read the poem see it the reaction thank you for tuning into this discussion it's a shame that I hopefully Tory gets better
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soon I like attack be sure to join us next time for another episode of literary gladiators for now keep reading you

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