Deconstructing the Grinch


Deconstructing the Grinch

Find out why the Grinch had the personality of a toadstool sandwich, with arsenic sauce. Robert and Julie explore the physiology of the Green One, not to mention his self-imposed social isolation, which may have contributed to the woefully diminutive size of his heart.

Image Credit: Art by Bob Kehl. Visit his official website and buy a print of his Grinch art right here.

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Topics in this Podcast: sound, Dr. Seuss, biology, Christmas, monsters, myth