A Reading Of The Prologue To “Pantheon”

 

Frequent reader Lucas Temple mentioned to me recently that he would like to hear a reading of the prologue of my book Pantheon: Adventures In History, Biography, And The Mind.  The prologue is an account–based on actual events–of the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamen, one of the triumphs of archaeology.

The incident highlights the themes of persistence, struggle, and the idea that brilliant success often comes just when all seems lost.

So, Lucas, this one’s for you, brother.  I hope you enjoy it.

My podcasts will also soon also be available on iTunes.  I will keep listeners informed.

This podcast was brought to you courtesy of Fortress of the Mind Publishing.

To listen to the podcast on SoundCloud, click here.

 

2 thoughts on “A Reading Of The Prologue To “Pantheon”

  1. Finished this on the way into work this morning and I loved it. You do a good job of pacing yourself and clearly pronouncing words. All you need is a British accent now. 🙂

    I’ll be listening to the Stoic Paradox lectures tomorrow. Keep it up.

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