Welcome to Campfire Classics, a Literary Comedy Podcast!!
If you've ever found yourself think "This episode of Campfire Classics is too linear and the story they're reading makes a lot more sense than I want it to," then this is the episode for you. Good lord, your hosts are pulling out all the stops, hopping from non-sequitur to non-sequitur, and reading a story that feels almost like it was written by someone challenged to avoid any semblance of plot.
Now you're intrigued, aren't you?
Ken has chosen a short story by Virginia Woolf (the extra "o" proves you're supposed to howl her name) for Heather to read. It's called "Mrs. Dalloway in Bond Street". And while Heather does a fabulous job of reading, the story is just...confusing.
During moments of lucidity, your hosts ask:
What's the worst thing you ever consumed at a party?
Is it better to have no guests or shitty guests?
And what the crap is going on in this story!?!?
"Ms. Dalloway in Bond Street” was published by The Dial in 1923.
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