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RMSYL 46: Trout Fishing in America by Richard Brautigan (read by Vera Chok)

“There’s so much naughtiness and pleasure in overturning the ridiculousness of taking ourselves so seriously.”  Vera Chok                                                 

Vera Chok is a stage and screen actress from Malaysia who is based in the UK. Vera trained at The Poor School and Ecole Philippe Gaulier and has appeared in productions such as Mansfield Park & Ride (2010), Uncle Vanya (2010), The Firework-maker’s Daughter (2011), and Chimerica (2013).

DISCUSSED: What Does Richard Brautigan Taste Like?; Exciting Familiarity Versus Unfamiliar Excitement; Trout-Based 60s Cornerstones; Marston Bates (File Under: Captain Pugwash?); Finding a Rationale for Culture; Serious Questions or “Serious Questions” (i.e. Silliness); Chok-Inspired Neolexia; Chasing the Mayonaise/Mayonnaise; The Upsetting Space of Beauty; Bygone Names; Ambivalent Mayonnaise; Caring Mayonnaise; Mayonnaise As The Ultimate Signifier.

LINKS:
 
Vera: http://www.verachok.com/
TwitterChok: https://twitter.com/Vera_Chok
The Brautigan Book Club: http://www.brautiganbookclub.co.uk/
 
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