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Dumas's 'Celebrated Crimes' was not written for children. The novelist has spared no language--has minced no words--to describe the violent scenes of a violent time.In some instances facts appear distorted out of their true perspective, and in others the author makes unwarranted charges. The careful, mature reader, for whom the books are intended, will recognize, and allow for, this fact. Summary from publishers note.
 
The Sandersonian Institute of Cosmere Studies is a podcast dedicated to the enjoyment of the works of Brandon Sanderson. Join Bill, Amy, and Jordan as they travel through the worlds of Mistborn, the Stormlight Archive, Elantris, Warbreaker and the rest of the Cosmere! You can catch the show live at twitch.tv/innkeeperstable @ 8:30pm MTN time every other Monday. For more updates or to interact with the show hosts, follow our Twitter account @CosmereStudies. If you would like to contribute to ...
 
Apollonius of Tyana (ca. 40-120 AD) was a Greek Pythagorean philosopher and teacher. He hailed from the town of Tyana in the Roman province of Cappadocia in Asia Minor. His date of birth is a matter of conjecture as some say he was roughly a contemporary of Jesus. After Apollonius' death his name remained famous among philosophers and occultists. In a "novelistic invention" inserted in the Historia Augusta, Aurelian, at the siege of Tyana in 272, was said to have experienced a visionary drea ...
 
The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government (1881) is written by Jefferson Davis, former President of the Confederate States of America during the American Civil War. Davis wrote the book as a straightforward history of the Confederate States of America and as an apologia for the causes that he believed led to and justified the American Civil War. Davis spared little detail in describing every aspect of the Confederate constitution and government, in addition to which he retold in detail ...
 
The first of two books that he wrote on golfing themes, The Clicking of Cuthbert by PG Wodehouse sparkles with typical Wodehousian wit, humor and general goofiness! An avid golfer himself, Wodehouse published the ten stories in this volume in 1922. In 1924, an American edition titled Golf Without Tears was published. Since then it has enjoyed undimmed popularity among both Wodehouse fans and golfing enthusiasts. Nine of the stories contained in this book are narrated by the Oldest Member, a ...
 
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#ReckonersSpoilers The time to discuss Epic (heh) conclusion to The Reckoners trilogy has come! The SICS crew has followed the Reckoners from Newcago to Babilar and now to Ildithia (formerly known as Atlanta) in Calamity. How are David and the other Reckoners handling the shocking events at the end of the previous book? What can we say in this desc…
 
In Episode 9 of this short-flight audio drama, Mission Control is flying the Lunar Sparrow on autopilot, returning Commander Field to Earth. A mysterious decision has been made, at a high level, to end the mission. Commander Field, as is often the case in situations like this, is the last to know what has happened. But before the fade out, she take…
 
In this episode before the final episode of this season, Commander Field has sent Mission Control off on a computational errand, keeping the machine busy and giving her a chance to record a secret diary entry. She speaks from the heart about what she has seen on the lunar surface and how it has changed her.…
 
#ReckonersSpoilers The Reckoners discussion continues! The SICS crew has moved on to Firefight and the Reckoners have moved on to Babilar, the waterlogged remains of Manhattan. (After a brief encounter with Mitosis, a powerful new Epic.) What is Regalia planning? Who is the mysterious Dawnslight? And what has Firefight been up to since the end of B…
 
Conflict escalates between Mission Control and Commander Field in Episode 7. Mission Control believes that the solitude of space flight has warped the Commander's mind, but Command Field sticks by her story of discovering life on the Moon. Since Mission Control has the final word on the ship's systems, it is able to take drastic action to stop her …
 
Mission Control saves Commander Field's life after she blacks out on the lunar surface. Once inside the Lunar Sparrow again, they clash. Commander Field insists that she has felt and experienced signs of life on the Moon. There is opposition to their mining mission. Mission Control believes that Commander Field is under excessive stress. The missio…
 
#SteelheartSpoilers The SICS crew is taking a brief break from the Cosmere to discuss one of Brandon Sanderson's non-Cosmere works. What if super powers were real? What if one day, suddenly, many people unexpectedly developed superpowers? Now, what if they were all evil? Welcome to Newcago, a post-apocalyptic, dystopian version of Chicago in this b…
 
By now it's clear that Mission Control does the bidding of admin, another name for the US Government agency in charge of space flight, and Commander Field is starting to see some cracks in the moral universe that Mission Control works so hard to support. Admin is running hundreds of missions all over the solar system, many to mine on Mars, large as…
 
In Episode 4 of Mission of the Lunar Sparrow, Commander Field touches down on the Moon to discover she is in a crisis. The ship’s solar array failed to deploy, so her chance to inspect the mining equipment drop point may fade away. She decides to venture outside the Lunar Sparrow, repair the array, and venture forth using the Lunar Rover.…
 
#CosmereSpoilers The magic systems of the Cosmere are fascinating and diverse, but they all seem to have a thread in common: Intent. Magic doesn't happen by accident, and what you're intending to do can have a strong effect on the end result. Join Bill, Amy, and Jordan as they discuss Intent with a capital I, as well as the proper pronunciation of …
 
As Commander Field closes the distance to the Moon aboard the Lunar Sparrow, Mission Control’s sensors show no human life on the South Polar Lunar Base. Mission Control has no explanation for why the equipment and personnel are missing. Commander Field has an intuition about it, however, drawn from a troubling dream she had during a micro sleep. Sh…
 
While still in flight to the Moon, Commander Field and Mission Control make a troubling discovery. All of the mining equipment that was supposed to be pre-dropped on the Moon seems to be missing. Mission Control's scans of the lunar surface turn up nothing. Commander Field orders system checks to verify the disappearance. That will alert other, com…
 
Commander Rae Field is on her way to the Moon to fulfill a landmark mission. The United States government has pre-dropped mining equipment on the lunar surface and Command Field will check out the equipment drop and press start on the first mining facility on the Moon. Starring Andia Winslow as Commander Rae Field. Written, produced, directed, and …
 
#CosmereSpoilers The Heralds of the Almighty are mysterious figures from Roshar's history. What happened to each of them? What are they all doing now? Join The Sandersonian Institute of Cosmere Studies as we discuss the fates of these legendary icons. ___ This episode's show notes can be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CmbYn519XBBtF…
 
What if it succeeds? Aloha from Hawaii! Your host is celebrating a lot of things right now: Bastille Day, the ability to travel responsibly, the birthday of a certain overworked and abused producer-intern, and oh yeah, the fifth anniversary of The Land of Desire!!! I’m celebrating by answering some excellent questions from you, dear listeners. Merc…
 
When your moon mission goes wrong, you must be resourceful or you will perish. Commander Rae Field is resourceful, with thousands of flight hours on her resume. But when her mission on the Moon meets with resistance from unknown forces, she is changed forever. The journey unfolds over nine short-form episodes. Mission of the Lunar Sparrow is based …
 
#CosmereSpoilers Vin and Lift, from Mistborn and The Stormlight Archive, respectively, have a lot in common—but they're very different, too! In this episode, the SICS crew discuss those similarities and differences, comparing and contrasting these two street kids and the paths they take. ___ This episode's show notes can be found here: https://docs…
 
“Here Albius fertilized vanilla.” – Tribute to Edmond Albius, Saint Suzanne, Réunion. We’re back! After a big move, which required the dismantling and relocation of the trusty recording studio (a.k.a. Diana’s closet), I’m excited to record in my new space! Next month is the show’s sixth anniversary – I know, right?!! – and I’m asking YOU to submit …
 
#CosmereSpoilers It's "Rhythm of War," which was an in-world book inside of Rhythm of War, where scholars research the Rhythm of War. It gets... meta. This episode marks our discussion of the Part 3 epigraphs from Book 4 of Brandon Sanderson's The Stormlight Archive. Join us, won't you? ___ This episode's show notes can be found here: https://docs.…
 
#CosmereSpoilers Who is El? Yet another mysterious figure in the Cosmere, and only appearing briefly, El has already got the speculations flowing. So join the Sandersonian Institute of Cosmere Studies as we discuss this new mystery that Brandon Sanderson has introduced into The Stormlight Archive. ___ This episode's show notes can be found here: ht…
 
#CosmereSpoilers This was honestly one of the most fun conversations we've had on The Sandersonian Institute of Cosmere Studies. Kara Stewart, the CFO, and head of merchandise and events at Dragonsteel, joins the SICS hosts for a chat about what goes on behind the curtain. Sharing interesting tidbits to genuinely funny stories, Kara was an absolute…
 
#CosmereSpoilers Welcome to the United Isles of America! The SICS hosts have stepped away from the Cosmere for a moment to take a look at one of Brandon's Young Adult novels: The Rithmatist! Originally intended to be a Cosmere novel, Brandon Sanderson eventually decided that he didn't want Earth, even a weird alternate version, to be part of the Co…
 
“The vegetable of the shack and the château.” – Le marquis de Cussy April showers bring May flowers – unless they bring floods, famine, and fear. This month, I’m looking at the moment in French history when farmers turned their nose up at the foods of the New World – until they realized what the potato had to offer. Antoine Parmentier, one of the g…
 
#CosmereSpoilers Fear the sprinkles! The epigraphs from Brandon Sanderson's Cosmere, particularly in The Stormlight Archive, are packed with little tidbits of information, and we're ready to devour them! In this episode, the SICS crew discusses the epigraphs from Part 4 of Rhythm of War, the excerpts from [REDACTED]'s journal! What secrets lie with…
 
#CosmereSpoilers This week, the SICS hosts take a break from Roshar to look into another of Sanderson's Laws of Magic. Brandon Sanderson has proposed three "laws" when it comes to writing, the second of which is that "Limitations are more interesting than abilities." What does he mean by this? That's exactly what we're talking about this episode! _…
 
#CosmereSpoilers Hoid and Harmony are two of the major players in the greater Cosmere story, and we've seen glimpses into a dialog between the two. Join the SICS hosts as we pick apart their correspondence with a fine-toothed comb to try to piece together some idea of what Brandon Sanderson has got in mind for that overarching plot. ___ This episod…
 
“Proust n’a aime que deux personnes, sa mere et Celeste.” – Prince Antoine Bibesco What better way to “celebrate” a year of sheltering in place than a closer look at France’s most famous social distancer? This week, I’m looking at the curious relationship between the eccentric, reclusive writer, Marcel Proust, and his beloved housekeeper-confidant,…
 
“Proust n’a aime que deux personnes, sa mere et Celeste.” – Prince Antoine Bibesco What better way to “celebrate” a year of sheltering in place than a closer look at France’s most famous social distancer? This week, I’m looking at the curious relationship between the eccentric, reclusive writer, Marcel Proust, and his beloved housekeeper-confidant,…
 
#CosmereSpoilers Cultivation. Koravari. Koravellium Avast. She Who Brings the Dews at Dawn. Who is she? How has she been affecting events on Roshar? And what the heck does she want? Join the SICS crew as we dive into another mysterious figure in The Stormlight Archive and Brandon Sanderson's Cosmere in general. ___ This episode's show notes can be …
 
#CosmereSpoilers Very big spoilers. Seriously. In this episode, the SICS crew delve into a discussion about one of the most mysterious characters in the entire Cosmere: Thaidakar, leader of the Ghostbloods. Who is he? What does he want? Seriously, if you're not caught up on the major Cosmere works, you'll want to tread carefully. ___ This episode's…
 
“The waters of Vichy…gave me back my strength.” – Madame de Sévigné The darkest days of winter are here, and I think it’s time we all indulged in a little self-care, non? My own quarantine hobby, skincare, set me down a particular path. Why was I spraying my face with thermal spa water from France? What is thermal spa water? Why do we drink thermal…
 
#CosmereSpoilers No, seriously. Spoilers ahead. You've been warned. In Part 5 of our discussion of Rhythm of War, The Sandersonian Institute of Cosmere Studies discusses the war, and the the storylines of the people who are on the front lines: Dalinar, Jasnah, Szeth, Wit, and Taravangian. We'll just leave the description at that. ___ This episode's…
 
#CosmereSpoilers Rhythm of War is promoted as the Willshapers' book in Brandon Sanderson's The Stormlight Archive, and so it's time to take a look at the Willshapers themselves! In this episode, the SICS crew take a look at the dual storylines of Venli and Eshonai. ___ This episode's show notes can be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/…
 
“I think my hand will tremble,“ – Louis Pasteur Happy New Year! The Land of Desire is BACK with an exciting – and hopeful – story to set us off on the right track in 2021. Your happy host gets to indulge her love of epidemiology a little bit without leaving you depressed in the middle of a pandemic (she swears). This week, we’re taking a look at on…
 
#CosmereSpoilers The SICS dive into Rhythm of War by Brandon Sanderson continues! In this week's episode, the hosts dive into Kaladin Stormblessed's story arc. So join Amy, Jordan, and Bill as they continue their discussion of the latest entry in the Cosmere and The Stormlight Archive. (Also, towards the end, Jordan announces the winner of the Rhyt…
 
#CosmereSpoilers It's a brand new year, and The Sandersonian Institute of Cosmere Studies is still plugging away at Rhythm of War. In this episode, the SICS crew breaks down Navani's plotline over the course of the 4th book in Brandon Sanderson's The Stormlight Archive. ___ This episode's show notes can be found here: https://docs.google.com/docume…
 
#CosmereSpoilers And another Koloss Head-Munching Day has come and gone! But with that special day comes another State of the Sanderson report from Brandon, and the SICS hosts are here to talk about it! So join us for our discussion about what Brandon's been working on, what he's planning for the next year, and what we're most excited about! ___ Th…
 
#CosmereSpoilers It's time to dig deeper into Rhythm of War, the latest entry in The Stormlight Archive by Brandon Sanderson! Bill unfortunately couldn't be there for this episode, but Amy and Jordan are ready to dive in and discuss Shallan and Adolin's story arc. ___ This episode's show notes can be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1…
 
#CosmereSpoilers Talk about an emotional roller coaster! All three SICS hosts powered through Rhythm of War to bring you our reactions as soon as possible, and boy, do we have some thoughts to discuss! So join Bill, Amy, and Jordan as we dig through our initial reactions to Rhythm of War, Book 4 in Brandon Sanderson's epic series, The Stormlight Ar…
 
#CosmereSpoilers "You know, you don't act like a scientist... You're more like a gameshow host." It's time! It's here! Rhythm of War was just released, but right before that happened, the SICS crew, along with Aaryan from The Worldhopper's Guide to the Cosmere, got together for a championship round of Rhythm of War predictions. Who will live? Who w…
 
#CosmereSpoilers There's so much to talk about in the Cosmere right now that the SICS crew put out a special bonus episode! We wanted to make sure we had a chance to discuss Dawnshard on the show before Rhythm of War comes out next week! So join us as we talk about the voyage of the Wandersail into long-forgotten waters... ___ This episode's show n…
 
#CosmereSpoilers The SICS crew has their last episode featuring preview chapters of Brandon Sanderson's upcoming Rhythm of War before the book is actually released! (But make sure to tune in for the live recording on November 16 for the Title Belt competition with guest host Aryan from The Worldhopper's Guide to the Cosmere!) MEGA SPOILERS in today…
 
“If I don’t kill a man every now and then, they forget who I am.” – Blackbeard, 18th century English pirate BOO! It’s spooky season, so I’m bringing you a chilling tale of piracy, treachery, and blood-soaked revenge. This week, we’re digging into the very beginning of the Hundred Years’ War, when a bunch of scheming men had their plans ruined by sc…
 
#CosmereSpoilers After a fun diversion in our last episode, the SICS crew dives back into the preview chapters of Brandon Sanderson's upcoming Rhythm of War. Once again: MEGA SPOILERS in today's episode! ___ This episode's show notes can be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VJ8NSDknpsCn88P9m17JldTRlgqm0N9XWK6zQNxEEa4/edit?usp=sharing …
 
#CosmereSpoilers Isaac Stewart, the Art Director at Dragonsteel Entertainment and the artist behind a lot of the visuals in Brandon Sanderson's work, joins the SICS crew for a chat! In this episode, we talk about Isaac's path to working on Brandon's books, some of the behind-the-scenes of how things work at Dragonsteel, and, of course, the Cosmere.…
 
“Please, try to be fair.” – Surya Bonaly, 1994 World Championships At long last, I get to combine two of my great passions: French history and 1990s women’s figure skating! Let’s face it, France hasn’t produced that many great female skaters over the decades. Male skaters like Alain Calmat and Pierre Péra made their way to the champion’s podium, bu…
 
#CosmereSpoilers Remember, Isaac Stewart will be joining us for our next episode! Send your questions to cosmerestudies@gmail.com and include the word "Isaac" in the subject line! The SICS crew continues their discussion of the preview chapters from Brandon Sanderson's upcoming Rhythm of War. Spoilers abound, but fun will be had by all! Once again:…
 
#CosmereSpoilers BIG announcement at the beginning of the podcast this week! (There are no spoilers before the announcement, so feel free to listen until that point.) After that, we dive in to Chapters 4 and 5 of Rhythm of War, the upcoming Book 4 in The Stormlight Archive by Brandon Sanderson. There's all sorts of discussion, analysis, and wild sp…
 
“My biggest fear is that we’ll be too successful.” – Robert Fitzpatrick, Euro Disney chairman It’s that time of year – les vacances! Oh, wait, you’re stuck at home? No big international trips? Global pandemic got you grounded? Yeah, me too. My favorite summer destination, Disneyland, is closed for COVID, and it’ll be a long time until it reopens. W…
 
#CosmereSpoilers The SICS hosts are digging even deeper into the preview chapters of Rhythm of War that Brandon Sanderson is releasing leading up to its release on November 17th! Since that means spoilers, we won't say any more about that here in the description. You'll have to listen to find out! Make sure to listen to at least the beginning of ou…
 
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