Book critic MAUREEN CORRIGAN reviews "City of God" (Random House) the new novel by E

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Book critic MAUREEN CORRIGAN reviews "City of God" (Random House) the new novel by E.L. Doctorow.Co-founder of the 1970s rock group Steely Dan, DONALD FAGEN. Their hits included "Rikki, Don't Lose that Number," "Deacon Blues," and "Josie." Since then he's issued a solo album and some singles, and worked at film scoring. Steely Dan's new CD is "Two Against Nature" (Giant Records) (REBROADCAST from 12/9/91)Film critic JOHN POWERS reviews "Wonder Boys" the new film starring Michael Douglas, Frances McDormand, and Tobey Maguire based on the novel by Michael Chabon and directed by Curtis Hanson. 12:58:30 NEXT SHOW PROMO (:29) PROMO COPY On the next archive edition of Fresh Air -jazz saxophonist SONNY ROLLINS. A new collection of his Riverside recordings from the late 1950s has just been released. Also — the rock group "Steely Dan" has a new recording. . . we hear from the musician who co-founded the group, DONALD FAGEN. . . That's coming up on the next Fresh Air.

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