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Richard Ford
Author Richard Ford during Globe interview at Hotel Commonwealth on Thursday, November 16. (Evan Richman/Globe Staff) Evan Richman/Globe Staff

Another time another place

A master of fiction, Richard Ford gets real about home

By David Mehegan
Globe Staff / December 4, 2006

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Novelist Richard Ford is tall and lean with watchful blue eyes, nape-length gray tresses, and Marlboro-man facial lines. Dressed in black, except for lavender socks, for a recent interview, he exuded the sort of eye-catching presence that could make passersby turn back and think: That guy must be somebody. (Full article: 1022 words)

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