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LQ Podcast 55: Gillian Jacobs


55_jacobs_tall.jpg The Community star reads sixteenth-century French toilet humor courtesy of Francois Rabelais, a thirteenth-century dirty poem known as a fabliau, and timeless complaints from the medieval Japanese courtier Sei Shonagon, all from our Comedy issue.

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Intro and outro music by Ui. “Drive Until He Sleeps,” from the album Lifelike. Buy it here.

Other music by Fran Danzi, Tres Tristes Tangos, and Johnny Ripper.

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