An Inward Treasure Born directed by David Evans
(Or: Feminism 101)
The whole quote that the title came from goes: I have an inward treasure born with me, which can keep me alive if all extraneous delights should be withheld, or offered only at a price I cannot afford to give.
Right from the get go we have to put our thinking caps on! We both agreed that this quote is about doing what you think is right but we disagreed about what it meant specifically in this episode.
Here is the humor article Susan was talking about answering questions with Jane Eyre quotes. Washington Post article about Jane Eyre quotes.
If you click just one link from these shownotes (it’s cool, you won’t hurt our feelings– we put this stuff up because people’s interests vary) it should be this delightful look into the creation of the credit sequence–Buzzfeed Here’s How They Made The Stunning “Anne with an E” opening credits.
Cordelia song the Tragically Hip, Road Apples 1991
What’s a road apple? Uh…probably not this.
(Related: here is a recipe for Dried Apples via Whole Foods) (Distantly related, very distantly related.)
Justification for the scatterbrained set. Elite Daily based on a Time article.
Additions to the Anne with an “E” reading list (entire list will be printed in last episode):
Patient Grisilda (link goes to text of story via pitt.edu)
The Bible, Psalm 78 (Link to NIV version because Susan is a Missouri Synod Lutheran.)