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The Book Show #922


Albany, NY – Two anti-war protesters in the Vietnam era commit a crime that forces them to abandon their loved ones and their own identities in order to hide from authorities in Dana Spiotta's new novel "Eat the Document." The emotional costs of their decision and the ways in which subsequent generations adopt and distort 1970s counterculture are explored in the book and in this interview with the author conducted by Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina.