Jack “The Agnostic” Garcia examines the life and literary legacy of the great , Mark Twain (the King of American literature). It is a little known fact that during the last twenty years of his life, Twain (a true Maverick) explored dark and pessimistic visions that were far too complex for his middle class audience. These amazing fragments and stories were hidden away (inside a trunk) and are virtually unknown to his many readers and often ignored by scholars and critics.
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In the sequel to the highly acclaimed and very popular GRR program “The Legends of The Early Saints” -Jack “The Agnostic” Garcia this time focuses on the women. Once again playing storyteller, Jack is both entertaining and informative as he travels back to the Ancient Roman empire and recites the sagas of Perpetua/Felicity, Agnes, Agatha, Catherine of Alexandria, Wilgefortis and Ursula (plus her 11,000 Virgins).
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In celebration of Asian Heritage Month – Jack “The Agnostic” Garcia examines the life and work of Confucius, the great Ancient Chinese teacher, philosopher and political theorist. Born into poverty and humble origins, the great sage of the Far East would spend his life being a thorn in the side of the ruling elite and viewed education as a constant never ending process of self-realization (the key to a Peaceful and Just Society).
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