Going Public … In Shorts: The Prophet’s Paradise by Robert W. Chambers (as read by Stefan Rudnicki)

June 20, 2013
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Today’s Going Public … In Shorts is The Prophet’s Paradise by Robert W. Chambers – as read by the wondrous Stefan Rudnicki – there is no download available, unless you buy it via Downpour.com. But you can listen FREE for a limited time over on the A Book And A Latte blog.

Robert W. Chambers’ The King in Yellow, a collection of short stories, is considered one of the most important works of American supernatural fiction. Within the collection is “The Prophet’s Paradise,” a dream-like narrative of prose and poetry. Featuring personifications of Love and Truth, the story’s structure has a palindrome-like quality with internal repetition. Romantic in tone and ambiguous in theme, “The Prophet’s Paradise” is one of Chambers’more experimental pieces. Originally published in 1895.

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