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It's Not Even Past
A History of the Distant Present
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November 28, 2019 07:21 PM PST

We hereby present the next episode of "It's Not Even Past: A History of the Distant Present" by Evan Tucker. This continues a series of shorter episodes where Evan reviews and revisits various films, books, and musical performances. This episode begins a discussion of critics after the recent deaths of Clive James, John Simon, and Harold Bloom.
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November 23, 2019 07:39 PM PST

We hereby present the next episode of "It's Not Even Past: A History of the Distant Present" by Evan Tucker. This continues a series of shorter episodes where Evan reviews and revisits various films, books, and musical performances. This episode discusses Russian leader Josef Stalin and the concept of what makes a dictator.
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November 20, 2019 10:01 AM PST

We hereby present the next episode of "It's Not Even Past: A History of the Distant Present" by Evan Tucker. This continues a series of shorter episodes where Evan reviews and revisits various films, books, and musical performances. This episode reviews the Steven Sondheim musical Assassins.

Today's podcast is brought to you by Audible. Get a FREE audiobook download and 30-day free trial at www.audibletrial.com/aois21.

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November 17, 2019 09:54 PM PST

We hereby present the next episode of "It's Not Even Past: A History of the Distant Present" by Evan Tucker. This continues a series of shorter episodes where Evan reviews and revisits various films, books, and musical performances. This episode is the final of a four-part analysis of cinema tipped off by comments by Director Martin Scorsese and involving the Denis Villenueve sci-fi masterpiece The Arrival. Spoilers abound if you were not aware.

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November 15, 2019 10:25 PM PST

We hereby present the next episode of "It's Not Even Past: A History of the Distant Present" by Evan Tucker. This continues a series of shorter episodes where Evan reviews and revisits various films, books, and musical performances. This episode is the third of a four-part analysis of cinema tipped off by comments by Director Martin Scorsese and involving the Denis Villenueve sci-fi masterpiece The Arrival. In this episode, Evan explores linguistic theory.

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November 12, 2019 09:29 PM PST

We hereby present the next episode of "It's Not Even Past: A History of the Distant Present" by Evan Tucker. This continues a series of shorter episodes where Evan reviews and revisits various films, books, and musical performances. This episode is the second of a four-part analysis of cinema tipped off by comments by Director Martin Scorsese and involving the Denis Villenueve sci-fi masterpiece The Arrival.

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November 10, 2019 09:38 PM PST

We hereby present the next episode of "It's Not Even Past: A History of the Distant Present" by Evan Tucker. This continues a series of shorter episodes where Evan reviews and revisits various films, books, and musical performances. This episode is the first a four-part analysis of cinema tipped off by comments by Director Martin Scorsese and involving the Denis Villenueve sci-fi masterpiece The Arrival.

Today's podcast is brought to you by Audible. Get a FREE audiobook download and 30-day free trial at www.audibletrial.com/aois21.

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November 08, 2019 09:50 PM PST

We hereby present the next episode of "It's Not Even Past: A History of the Distant Present" by Evan Tucker. This continues a series of shorter episodes where Evan reviews and revisits various films, books, and musical performances. In our first musical episode, Evan looks back at Verdi’s cherished opera Aida.

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November 05, 2019 08:52 PM PST

We hereby present the next episode of "It's Not Even Past: A History of the Distant Present" by Evan Tucker. This continues a series of shorter episodes where Evan reviews and revisits various films, books, and musical performances. This episode analyzes the mathematically based play Proof that is seemingly lacking in mathematics.

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November 03, 2019 08:17 PM PST

We hereby present the next episode of "It's Not Even Past: A History of the Distant Present" by Evan Tucker. This continues a series of shorter episodes where Evan reviews and revisits various films, books, and musical performances. This episode analyzes the literary works of Cormac McCarthy, particularly The Road and Blood Meridian.

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