#1637: Elizabeth Strout’s “Olive, Again”

December 03, 2019 NaN
#1637: Elizabeth Strout’s “Olive, Again”
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#1637: Elizabeth Strout’s “Olive, Again”
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Show Notes

Olive Kitteridge, the funny, wicked, remorseful and gruff woman who was the propelling force in Elizabeth Strout’s book of short stories “Olive Kitteridge” – which won the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for fiction – is back in Strout’s new collection, “Olive, Again.” This episode was recorded at an event presented by Oblong Books and Music.

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