Death in Venice

Feature

Friday, October 13, 2006

Smells can be hard to describe, but a good writer can transport readers by pulling them in by the nose. Adam Haslett, author of the short story collection You Are Not a Stranger Here admires Thomas Mann's Death in Venice for its stench. Everything in the story, he says, is "overripe." Produced Jonathan Mitchell.

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