Best-Selling Author Andre Dubus III (House of Sand and Fog) Talks with Tobias Wolff
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To learn more about Andre Dubus III, check out his website.
After their parents divorced in the 1970s, Andre Dubus III and his three siblings grew up with their exhausted working mother in a depressed Massachusetts mill town saturated with drugs and crime. The acclaimed novelist reflects on his violent past and a lifestyle that threatened to destroy him, until he was saved by writing.
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