Episode 4: September 21st, 2016

Claire and Erin pose (sillily) with Adriana Tringone for Wishbonafide episode 4

Join our mad journey through Homer’s The Odyssey and Wishbone’s “Homer, Sweet Homer” in which we talk about mixed messages and Arbor Councils. And maybe the book and episode just a little – with special guest, Adriana Tringone in Wishbonafide Episode 4!

Watch part 1 and 2 of the TV episode.

About Our Guest

Adriana currently works in retail but hopes of one day writing for television. She’s soon moving from New York to LA to pursue that dream—or, at least, in search of better and more consistent weather. Two things she loves are talking about dogs and talking about literature, and she’s grateful to Wishbonafide for offering her an opportunity to do both at once.

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The Odyssey Recommendations

Book Cover of The Odyssey, by Homer


Excuse me as I rep my 4 years of Latin and (brief) interest in pursuing a degree in Classics/Archeology. Want to know what Odysseus was fighting for? Try The Illiad, also by Homer. Another epic poem, this covers the last bit of the Trojan War and has all the dramatic battle scenes and meddling of the gods your heart could desire. If you’ve already jumped down that rabbit hole, give The Aeneid a whirl, one of our final episodes. Written by Virgil, this nationalist epic tells the other side of the story, from the Roman, or Trojan, perspective. My attachment to these two legends can probably be attributed to the (ridiculously) fun video projects my magistra assigned to us in high school, one of which may or may not have included dancing to “Hoedown Throwdown” in the blooper reel.

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