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Writer Geoffrey Wolff.

Writer Geoffrey Wolff. His new collection of essays, "A Day At The Beach" (Alfred A. Knopf), is about the worst vacation ever. It started with over-priced dinners and ended in open heart surgery. Wolff is best known for his book "The Duke of Deception," a memoir about being the son of a con man.


Other segments from the episode on April 2, 1992

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, April 2, 1992: Interview with Geoffrey Wolff; Interview with Edward Gorey; Review of Leonard Bernstein's album "Candide."


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