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Beyond words: David Remnick

For today's entire show we excerpt portions of The New Yorker magazines benefit program Beyond Words in which New Yorker writers read the work of others on-stage. (Taped Thursday, Oct. 11 at Town Hall in New York City). Beyond Words benefits The September 11th Fund. David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker introduces the readings.

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Other segments from the episode on October 12, 2001

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, October 12, 2001: Commentary by David Remnick; Reading by Woody Allen, Mary Karr, Walter Mosley, Simon Schama, Donald Antrim, Amitav Ghosh and Paul Muldoon.

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