'Changed Man,' a Comic Work of Prose 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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'Changed Man,' a Comic Work of Prose

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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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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.

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

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