Anne Fadiman

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Anne Fadiman is an American essayist and reporter, and an adjunct professor of English at Yale University.

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Anne Fadiman discusses topics from The Wine Lover’s Daughter: wine, literature, and her father Clifton.

Anne Fadiman: The Wine Lover's Daughter

Anne Fadiman discusses topics from The Wine Lover’s Daughter: wine, literature, and her father Clifton.

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