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William Gass

Fiction

Interviewed by: Rebekah Presson

Catalog Number: 19950703, 19900525

A professor of philosophy, William Gass has written fiction and criticism. He is an avowed experimental writer who places style above content and believes that literature should be thought of in terms of its parts, rather than the whole. In this program he reads from his American Book Award-winning novel The Tunnel.

| Subject Matter: Philosophy, Criticism, Experimental Fiction | Interview Year: 1990 | Genre: Fiction | Awards: American Book Award, National Book Critics Circle Award for Criticism, PEN/Nabokov Award |

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