We talk with historian Philip Dray about his book, “A Lynching at Port Jervis: Race and Reckoning in the Gilded Age.” It’s about how the nation was shocked when a local Black man was lynched in 1892 in the supposedly enlightened North. Despite the shock, no one was held to account.
Then, classics scholar Natalie Haynes tells us about her feminist interpretation of the ancient Greek myths and plays. Her book is “Pandora’s Jar: Women In The Greek Myths.”
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