John Banville

novelist

Guest

Irish novelist who also writes crime-fiction under the pseudonym, Benjamin Black; winner of the 2005 Man Booker Prize for his novel, The Sea

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John Banville (Benjamin Black): Black-Eyed Blonde

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John Banville (as Benjamin Black): Christine Falls

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Tom Wolfe discusses neuroscience and its view that there is no such thing as identity. Margaret Atwood talks about the coming threat to identity by cloning and genetic experimentation.

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