While it may be the most famous portion of Dante Alighieri’s “Divine Comedy,” chances are you weren’t laughing too hard if you happened to ever read “Dante’s Inferno” — which is not even taking into account if you fully understood it! Luckily, Sparky Sweets PhD is here to make clear all of the ideas presented within the literary classic and provide some much-needed comedy and critique with his latest edition of Thug Notes.
Thug Notes is an all original series on Youtube that stars Sparky Sweets Comedian Greg Edwards a well read ldquo thug rdquo who spouts off summaries and literary analysis of classic literature using slang that is making its way into popular culture let rsquo s be honest it rsquo s all ready there Think ldquo …
My man Kollin Holtz interviewed me about Thug Notes and comedy.
There’s simply no denying it: Thug Notes is the absolute best “spoonful of sugar” to help the literature go down you can watch online. In this latest episode with Sparky Sweets, PhD, we get to explore Nathaniel Hawthorne’s classic “The Scarlet Letter,” and delve into that truly enlightened era and place that was 17th century Salem.
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