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Paulette Jiles

Fiction, Poetry

Interviewed by: Leslie Koffler

Catalog Number: 20050105, 20040623

American-Canadian author Paulette Jiles reads from her book Enemy Women, a novel set in Missouri during the Civil War. She also reads several poems and explains why she no longer identifies herself as a poet. 

| Subject Matter: Civil War, Missouri | Interview Year: 2003 | Genre: Fiction, Poetry |

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