David Sedaris Revisits His Diaries Sedaris pulls from his decades-old diaries in 'Theft by Finding.' In it, he revisits major turning points, such as the death of his mother, as well as more prosaic, everyday moments. Sedaris talks with Terry Gross about how his writing has changed, leaving Raleigh for the Art Institute of Chicago, and why he stopped drinking. (Originally broadcast May 2017)
Film critic Justin Chang reviews Spike Lee's new film 'BlacKkKlansman.'
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David Sedaris Revisits His Diaries

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David Sedaris Revisits His Diaries

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David Sedaris Revisits His Diaries

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Sedaris pulls from his decades-old diaries in 'Theft by Finding.' In it, he revisits major turning points, such as the death of his mother, as well as more prosaic, everyday moments. Sedaris talks with Terry Gross about how his writing has changed, leaving Raleigh for the Art Institute of Chicago, and why he stopped drinking. (Originally broadcast May 2017)
Film critic Justin Chang reviews Spike Lee's new film 'BlacKkKlansman.'