59 Min Released Dec 6, 2018

Rites of Passage: Stories from The Paris Review

Guest host Robert Sean Leonard presents stories from the legendary literary magazine The Paris Review.  Umberto Eco has a really big fish in “How to Travel with a Salmon,” read by Jin Ha.  A mother mourns her son with his difficult friends in “Marabou,” by Joy Williams, read by Michael Emerson.  In George Fox’s “The Twenty-Sixth Second” a WWII veteran has a secret.  It’s read by Linda Lavin.  And host Leonard finishes up with a story set on the day of the Nazi occupation of Paris, “The Hat,” by Patrick Modiano.

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Spellbinding short stories by established and emerging writers take on a new life when they are performed by stars of the stage and screen.

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