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Supercontext: Legion, Season One

This television show may be an adaptation of a superhero property, but it’s unlike anything we’ve seen before. It takes the collage aesthetics from unusual comic books and turns them into Noah Hawley’s kaleidoscope of mental illness, 60s futurism and a good old fashioned love story. 

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Supercontext: Vladimir Nabokov’s Pale Fire

Some call Pale Fire the best novel of the 20th century. So we interrogate what that means by diving into literary criticism about postmodernism, hypertextuality, authorial intent, unreliable narrators and more.

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