Facts

Misconceptions About Famous Books & Authors

It turns out, we’re all totally misquoting William Shakespeare. Also, Jane Austen is probably not like the woman you’re imagining in your head. And the story of Frankenstein… well, we just have that entire thing wrong.

In this episode of Misconceptions, we’re covering famous books and authors. It’s time to rethink what you know about our most classic stories.
Join host Justin Dodd in an endless pursuit of the truth.

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