Cormac McCarthy's The Road


Friday, March 09, 2007

Visions of a post-apocalyptic future have long been the province of science fiction. Cormac McCarthy, one of America’s finest novelists, ventures onto that horrifying terrain in his latest book, The Road, about a father and son who survive. Editor and critic Rob Spillman talks about McCarthy’s grim achievement, with selections from the book read by Larry Pine and Charlie Panek. Produced by Pejk Malinovski.


Pejk Malinovski

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