Jennifer Egan

Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist

Guest

American novelist and short story writer, and 2011 Pulitzer Prize-winner for A Visit from the Goon Squad

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Without spoilers, we discuss the intricate surprises and complex modes of disclosure in Jennifer Egan's new novel Manhattan Beach.

Jennifer Egan: Manhattan Beach

Without spoilers, we discuss the intricate surprises and complex modes of disclosure in Jennifer Egan's new novel Manhattan Beach.

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