'Gosford Park' Writer Turns to 'Snobs'

Julian Fellowes

Julian Fellowes, author of Snobs. Nihar K. Patel, NPR hide caption

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Listen: Hear Fellowes read a passage from 'Snobs'

Julian Fellowes won an Oscar for his work on the screenplay of Robert Altman's comedy of manners, Gosford Park. Now Fellowes is out with Snobs, a novel which takes a low view of social climbing.

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