Welcome to Campfire Classics, a Literary Comedy Podcast!!
Have you ever thought "Gosh, I miss being young"?
This episode will singlehandedly change your mind.
The good old days were neither good, nor old, nor days. Actually that's not true. They were definitely days, they were older than today, and some of them may have been good, but that's not the point.
The point is that this week, your hosts have a story for you by Stephen Crane called "The Pace of Youth", and good lord young people are stupid! Not you of course. You are both young and very clever. But all the other young people? Yeah, dummies.
And what do Ken and Heather talk about while reading this story? The death of Romeo and Juliet. The death of Yahoo! The death of X-Tube. Huh...that's a lot of death for a cute story about young people...weird.
"The Pace of Youth" was first published in The Open Boat and Other Stories in 1898.
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