Rabid Reader: 'Douglass' Women'

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As part of her weekly book chat, NPR's Karen Grigsby Bates talks with author Jewell Parker Rhodes about her book, Douglass' Women. The book, recently out in paperback, is a fictionalized version of abolitionist champion Frederick Douglass' love life.



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