James T. Farrell, the creator of Studs Lonigan, is often thought of as a crude, dogged, naturalist writer; it's refreshing to hear the author speaking, in this recording from 1952, of what truly obsesses him: literature.
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Interview with James T. Farrell, author of the the famous Depression era trilogy featuring Studs Lonigan.
Farrell explains he is in France as an American delegate to the ...