E. L. Doctorow

author, editor and professor

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American author, editor and professor (January 6, 1931 – July 21, 2015)

E. L. Doctorow on KCRW

In this comic and affecting novel based on the lives of the Collyer brothers — one a blind pianist, the other a hoarder and inventor — Doctorow creates an ironic allegory of modern…

E. L. Doctorow: Homer & Langley

In this comic and affecting novel based on the lives of the Collyer brothers — one a blind pianist, the other a hoarder and inventor — Doctorow creates an ironic allegory of modern…

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