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New Richard Russo Novel, 'Everybody’s Fool,' Examines The State Of The Working Class

Author Richard Russo sits at one of the tables in his home where he edits some of his writings, in Camden, Maine, on Monday Sept. 17, 2007. (Pat Wellenbach/AP)
Author Richard Russo sits at one of the tables in his home where he edits some of his writings, in Camden, Maine, on Monday Sept. 17, 2007. (Pat Wellenbach/AP)

Pulitzer Prize winning author Richard Russo’s new book, “Everybody’s Fool,” is a sequel to his 1993 novel “Nobody’s Fool,” where we go back to the working class town of North Bath, New York and learn about what’s become of many of the characters we have grown to love.

Note: A longer version of this segment aired previously on Radio Boston.

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