The Idiot at home

John Kendrick BANGS (1862 - 1922)

The Idiot returns along with Ms Idiot and their two children, Mollie and Tommy, move into their first house in suburbia. What follows are encounters with his companions from his boarding house days, Coffee and Repartee, along with new characters that inhabit suburbia with the unassailable logic of the Idiot and Mrs Idiot regarding various aspects of life in the suburbs, starting with why the knowledge of an egg beater is more important than that of Wagner. Which story is your favourite? (Introduction by Kim)

Genre(s): Humorous Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 By Way of Introduction John Kellow
00:14:25
Play 02 A Little Dinner to Some Old Friends John Kellow
00:16:52
Play 03 In the Library John Kellow
00:14:32
Play 04 As to a Small Dinner larryhayes7
00:18:14
Play 05 On the Maintenance of An Attic JudyDerby
00:15:27
Play 06 The Idiot's Garden larryhayes7
00:18:10
Play 07 Household Poetry Kathleen Moore
00:13:20
Play 08 Some Consideration of the Hired Man Kathleen Moore
00:13:12
Play 09 On Social Accounts Kathleen Moore
00:11:25
Play 10 As to Santa Claus Mike Harris
00:12:59
Play 11 As to New-Year's Day Mike Harris
00:16:42
Play 12 Some Domestic Intentions JudyDerby
00:15:02
Play 13 A Suburban Complication Patrick Mchaffie
00:15:28
Play 14 Some Consideration of the Moth John Kellow
00:14:08
Play 15 Some Consideration of the Burglar Kevin Callon Boyle
00:16:04
Play 16 Conclusion John Kellow
00:17:15