Published: Dec. 13, 2022

English Professor, Cynthia Wong, recently contributed some literary remarks to the BBC program, The Exploding Library. The “warped literature” series of this book-lovers program returned for a new run where comedians explode and unravel their most cherished cult books, paying homage to the tone and style of the original text - and blurring and warping the lines between fact and fiction. As the hosts shine the spotlight on strange, funny, and sometimes disturbing novels, experts like Wong join in to help gain a deeper understanding of their workings and the unique literary minds that created them. Find Wong’s commentary at 16:23.

The Unconsoled, by Kazuo Ishiguro
BBC Radio 4, Nov 22