‘Til Death Do Us Wait: What Tarzan can Teach Us about Marriage

Chris Battle Podcast 1 Comment

By looking at the statistics it is clear that men and women are not getting together, at least not matrimonially. The reasons for this phenomenon are many. For example, there is the myth of “the one.” Additionally, many of us appear to be waiting for the “fairytale moment.” No slouch with the prose, Edgar Rice Burroughs, as read by Andy Steiger, uses the muscle-bound Tarzan and lithe Jane to help illustrate the fairytale, providing a jumping off point for the podcast’s discussion.

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Tarzan of the Apes by Edgar Rice Burroughs

‘Til Death Do Us Wait by Chris Battle


Outro Music “Nameless: the Hackers Title Screen” by BoxCat Games
Available on the Free Music Archive freemusicarchive.org/
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