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A Song Of Frogs, Motherhood And Murder In Swampy San Francisco
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'Frog Music' Sounds A Barbaric (But Invigorating) Yawp
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History Inspired Travel Tales Of Donoghue's 'Astray'
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Irish playwright and novelist Emma Donoghue is also the author of the novels The Sealed Letter, Stir Fry, Hood and Slammerkin. Her latest novel, Room, has been shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize. Nina Subin hide caption

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In Donoghue's 'Room,' A Child's World Of His Own
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How To Sell A Book? Good Old Word Of Mouth
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