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James Wood and Richard Brody on the film and literature of the Holocaust.

May 15th, 2012

Episode 262 of 447 episodes

This week on The New Yorker Out Loud podcast, Peter Hessler explains how not to get picked in a police lineup, and James Wood and Richard Brody consider the literature and cinema of the Holocaust, from Laurent Binet's "HHhH" to Claude Lanzmann's "Shoah."

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