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We hear from E. L. Doctorow and Norman Mailer, but the focus is on Russell Banks, a white, male, American writer, who started his career in a specific part of the world, the American Northeast. He has explored identity throughout his career, using it as a narrative tool. He believes that good writing transcends the mythology of identity.
Guest Interview The Creation of Identity (Part 2 of 10)

Guests:
Norman Mailer, author, 'Oswald's Tale'
E. L. Doctorow, author, editor and professor
Russell Banks, author

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