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'Changed Man,' a Comic Work of Prose

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'Changed Man,' a Comic Work of Prose

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The novel tells the tale of two very different men with very different types of tattoos. HarperCollins hide caption

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Novelist Francine Prose talks about her humorous new novel A Changed Man, in which a neo-Nazi goes to work for a human rights organization run by a Holocaust survivor. None of the characters are free from Prose's comic barbs.

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