Franzen on Freedom

Friday, September 10, 2010

Ever since Jonathan Franzen wowed the literary world with his 2001 novel The Corrections, he's been hailed as the next great American writer. Kurt talks to Franzen about the perils of literary success and his new novel Freedom, another epic about a colorful and troubled Midwestern family.

Guests:

Jonathan Franzen

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