E.L. Doctorow From Ragtime to Billy Bathgate to Book of Daniel, author E.L. Doctorow uses historical fiction to reflect on the American experience. His new book is part memoir, part literary criticism and part rumination. Join host Neal Conan and E.L. Doctorow for a discussion.

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From Ragtime to Billy Bathgate to Book of Daniel, author E.L. Doctorow uses historical fiction to reflect on the American experience. His new book is part memoir, part literary criticism and part rumination. Join host Neal Conan and E.L. Doctorow for a discussion.

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E.L. Doctorow
*Author, most recently of Reporting the Universe (Harvard University Press, 2003)