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Brad Gooch

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Brad Gooch is a poet, novelist and biographer. He is also a professor in the English Department at William Paterson University in New Jersey.

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Biographer Brad Gooch reveals that he traveled 2500 miles to trace Rumi's footsteps, learned Persian and spent eight years to write Rumi's Secret: The Life of the Sufi Poet of Love.

Brad Gooch: Rumi's Secret

Biographer Brad Gooch reveals that he traveled 2500 miles to trace Rumi's footsteps, learned Persian and spent eight years to write Rumi's Secret: The Life of the Sufi Poet of Love.

from Bookworm

While we take a mini-tour of Flannery O'Connor's life and writing, biographer Brad Gooch describes his difficulties in gaining access to the author's inner life.

Brad Gooch: Flannery

While we take a mini-tour of Flannery O'Connor's life and writing, biographer Brad Gooch describes his difficulties in gaining access to the author's inner life.

from Bookworm

Brad Gooch reveals the structure of the heroic quest that underlies this misunderstood and frequently reviled novel.

Brad Gooch: The Golden Age of Promiscuity

Brad Gooch reveals the structure of the heroic quest that underlies this misunderstood and frequently reviled novel.

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