by Samuel G. Freedman
February 27, 2007 With a combination of toughness and tenderness, professor Sam Freedman guides his students at Columbia University's School of Journalism down the path of narrative nonfiction. Often, the destination is a book deal.
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March 29, 2005 Writer Samuel G. Freedman's new book is Who She Was: My Search for My Mother's Life. Freedman's mother died many years ago, when he was just 18, and as he approached his mother's age when she died, he decided to find out all about her life. The result is a narrative fueled by facts.
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