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‹ Old Print Article: “Tale Of Alaskan Horrors,” Brooklyn Daily Eagle (1897) • “There Is A Scene Involving A Tollbooth, Another Involving Ice Cubes And Still Another Featuring A Shetland Pony” ›
May 15, 2012 in Books, Urban Studies, Videos | Permalink
Priggish Canadian interviewer Barbara Frum and pills-and-vulvae novelist Jacqueline Susann insult and irritate each other during the mid-1960s.
Tags: Barbara Frum, Jacqueline Susann, Vladimir Nabokov
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