by Roger Angell
by E. B. White and Roger Angell
December 7, 2009 The act of passing on a passion is one of the greatest gifts you can give. Book critic Maureen Corrigan promises that the books on this list — mostly slim, unforgettable volumes about places or things that the writers themselves deeply love — are merrily infectious.
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May 16, 2006 Memories, and how to capture them, are a tricky proposition, says The New Yorker's Roger Angell. He talks about the art of writing, what he learned from his stepfather, E.B. White, and his new memoir, Let Me Finish.
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