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The worst idea ever for a podcast – and it's great: Our Struggle reviewed

26 June 2021

9:00 AM

26 June 2021

9:00 AM

Our Struggle

Apple Podcasts, Spotify and other platforms

The Archers

BBC Radio 4

Our hosts are Lauren and Drew and they want to talk about Karl Ove Knausgaard. Or rather, they want to talk around Knausgaard. Or to talk through Knausgaard, towards the sense of what the Knausgaard phenomenon means. Or, it sometimes seems, they want to talk about everything but Knausgaard — cigarettes, Constance Garnett, the history of literary criticism, to what extent hotness is a function of tallness, Clarice Lispector, media hype, backlash, cancel culture, sneakers, Gen X, how Geoff Dyer got where he did — until the only territory left uncovered by the conversation is Knausgaard himself, described only through...

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